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Shapes with double color

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    Jennifer Woodson

    Hi unipar,

    Thank you for reaching out. It is not currently possible to fill a symbol with more than one color. I've added this to our suggestion list. However, you can give the line a different color from the fill color on the Symbol page of the Property Manager.

    1. In the Object Manager, click the plot.
    2. In the Property Manager, click the Symbol tab.
    3. Set the desired Fill color.
    4. Set the desired Line color.

    Alternatively, you could manually draw the shapes using the Draw | Polygon command. You would want to draw half the shape and then the other half, so that there are two polygons. Then, you can fill each polygon with the desired color.

    Jennifer Woodson

    Golden Software Tech Support

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    Jennifer Woodson

    Hi unipar,

    I wanted to offer you one other potential solution. You could use two scatterplots on the same graph. You could create one scatterplot that uses one half of the symbol, and then duplicate the plot to create a second scatterplot that creates the other half of the symbol. For example, for a diamond, you could use two triangles, for a square you could use two rectangles, etc. You may need to rotate the symbols for the desired orientation.

    Please let me know if you have any questions about creating the graph.

    Jennifer Woodson

    Golden Software Technical Support

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