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Old 06-12-2015
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Question Layerd Dashboard Charts

Is there a way to nest or layer dashboard chart on top of each other? I would like to create a chart that shows an objects content graph on top of its colored gantt state chart. If possible this graph should be able to show multiple lines of objects so their content and state changes can be easily compared.

I realize that this may be beyond of the capabilities of any of the current dashboard objects, so is there a way to design your own? What type of objects are the dashboard charts?
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Hello Martin,

the dashboard consists of HTML and script inlets.
If you want to start on your own try the tool object Model Dokumentation.
You find in the bottom left corner a scroll button. Here you can switch between editing mode and pure HTML.

A part of this topic is discussed here.

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