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User Options (version 21)

Clicking on the username in the top-right corner of the chart will present the user with 3 options:

  • Download App...
  • Preferences...
  • Logout

Download App

By clicking on 'Download App...' the user will be directed to a new tab where they can download the Axiom Desktop Client. The desktop client can be used in place of using a browser.

Preferences

The 'PREFERENCES' menu allows the user to change the 'Theme', 'Time Zone', 'Locale', and 'PROPERTIES' of the chart.

Theme

There are 4 different themes to choose from:

  • Dark (default)
  • Canary
  • Grayscale
  • Light

Time Zone

By default, Axiom will use the local machine time of the client to display data, unless configured otherwise.

Locale

By default, Axiom will use the local locale setting of the client to display data, unless configured otherwise.

 

PROPERTIES

These preferences are the default settings the chart will use when creating new charts. They DO NOT affect the current chart that is currently open.

    CHART

    The settings in this menu are similar to those found in the Chart     Menu>Options with the addition of setting the default 'Chart Duration' and     'Live Mode'.

    LEGEND

    The settings in this menu are the same as those found in the Chart     Menu>Legend. From here the user can set the default attributes they want     to appear in the legend.

    CURSOR

    The settings in this menu are the same as those found in the Chart     Menu>Cursor. From here the user can set the default attributes they want     to appear as the cursor scrolls across the chart area.

    FLOAT LABEL

    The settings in this menu are the same as those found in the Chart     Menu>Float Label. From here the user can set the default attributes they     want to appear in the float label if the feature is enabled.

    TREND

    The settings in this menu are the same as those found in the Edit Trends     Menu. From here the user can set the default properties of the trends     themselves, including general properties such as line thickness and     aggregates, along with scaling and formatting.

 

Logout

When logging out, the user may be prompted to logout of the 'ACTIVE DEVICE' or 'ALL DEVICES' if he/she is logged in using multiple devices/browsers.                                             

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