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martintijmes Posted - 31 Jul 2018 : 12:35:50
When setting EnableCategoryValues to true, the table will show 5 category values, even if the NumCategories value is set to 1.

Is it possible to only show defect category rows, equal to the specified NumCategories?

Furthermore, I would like to submit a bug:
For attribute charts, when the NumCategories is defined after the NumSamplesPerSubgroup, the chart is not rendered correctly in that it does not scale the chart to show a fraction. So, this means that in the definition of the chart the NumCategories need to be defined before the NumSamplesPerSubGroup.
It is strange that the sequence has impact on this. Putting the properties in the correct order solves it, but it would be good if it could be solved in a next version.

Thank you.
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martintijmes Posted - 03 Aug 2018 : 04:55:29
Hi, this works fine now. Thank you.
quinncurtis Posted - 01 Aug 2018 : 14:34:17
That is a bug. The NumCategories value in the JSON is being assigned to the NumSamplesPerSubgroup variable in the JSON parser, causing what you describe in both cases. This will be corrected an posted to the download sites by end of day tomorrow.

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