Post: How to place header at upper border of PostView

Phenom
Phenom

Hello experts,

 

is there a way in NX12 to bring the header of post views in PostView Navigator back to upper border (or edge) like in former NX-versions? -  There is a lot of dead space above header lines:

 

 

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Who can help? - Best wishes, Michael

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Re: Post: How to place header at upper border of PostView

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Toggle on the "Edit in Graphics" button in the Tools group on the Results ribbon tab. Then click on the header and drag it to any location you want.

 

See: Interactively manage post view legends

Re: Post: How to place header at upper border of PostView

Phenom
Phenom

@JimB,

thank you for answering. Now I see that legend and header are an unit and not separable. But moving those entities without a raster makes it difficult to produce identical views. And I'm not sure if templates or layouts can help here.

 

Nevertheless, why it is possible to move the legend arther than the header itself? - It looks really weird.

 

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Also expanding the legend colors with shaded "Overflow and Underflow" disturbs the header even in compact header.2019-07-04_121439.png

 

And finally, how to bring the legend back after hiding it by means of "Edit in Graphics"

 

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Who can explain? - Best wishes, Michael

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