I have created one style theme to use in the value display widget in my dashboard and it is work well.
But I have created other style theme to use in other value display widget in other mashup and when I binded that style theme on my value display all others changed too.
Is there any way to use one style theme to each value display?
I'm not good with CSS but each widget can be assigned a CSS custom style
So in your main theme you can provide definitions for each custom style.
Then per widget you assign the appropriate custom style
Thanks for your answer.
I have thinked it too, but what happens is the follow:
In my image below when I change the style theme of one value display (for example: red) the all others (blue) change too
I would like to provide definitions for each one
are you using an 'embedded' approach so that each of these value displays are exactly the same?
i believe you can pass a custom class dynamically if you need to.
Also if you are using some overall class, you may need to remove that and only use the custom class definition.
Final thought, potentially your custom CSS if you are using an embedded mashup needs to be in that mashup vs the parent.
The Style theme is indeed applied at Mashup level, so if you change it on one widget, it does change on all others.
However you can customize specific widget by editing their Style Properties .
Do not touch the Style Theme , but change the properties, for example for the border of a value display: Base > ptcsvaluedisplay > Border.
This will then apply only to that specific widget, so you can set each value dialysis the way you want.
Hope this helps
Thank you for your answer
Style Properties don't work if value display is bind with some service (for example: getproperties).
To change it just creating a new Style Theme.
Just my 2 cents. If you have only two display states, you can duplicate all of your property displays (red + blue) and show/hide half of them based on the flag. Ugly but simple.
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