Can we have the option to specify font size for all symbols? There is currently no way to set font size in tables, bar chart/gauge, scale values in trends, etc.
At this time, this item is not currently scheduled for a release of PI Vision. If this changes, this item will be updated to reflect the current status.
We are going to migrate PB screens to PI vision but as soon as we see not visible values ( not Bold) - we decoded to postpone migration
Pete D. Long commented
Hmmm...sounds like this is a very popular request. Frankly, surprised this wasn't available in v1.0.
Font size is really a basic feature for trend configuration. We use PI Vision on large 60'' displays in the middle of office area. The font is so tiny that you need to stare into the screen from 50cm distance to read the value which definitely affects your vision quality.
The font size used in trends is not currently configurable. This page is for the request to support font size configuration for trend, table, and gauge symbols.
Please tell me how can I set font size in trends. As you can look at attached, the texts in trend is very small.
the ability to change text size and font within graphs and tables etc
This is a urgent matter. Depending on your dashboard, it is simply impossible to read data in an asset comparison table.
When inserting a table in the display it is not possible to change the font size. This means it is necessary to scale the ENTIRE display to the table as this is the one elements that cannot be adjusted. System should allow the table to be resized (font-wise).
Most Site display this on a big screen. Font size increase is a must have facility. Please provide this facility.
Need the ability to set the row height and font size in the Table and Comparison Table tool.
Matthew K commented
See other thread on this topic, and the issue of better clarity of Tahoma numbers to better distinguish between the digits 689. The letters of Tahoma and Arial are the same, but Tahoma numbers are designed for improved display clarity. Many HMI's (BP's new spec for example) require Tahoma for this reason.
Change font-size scale
Yes. Enough of the Arial domination! Arial is from the 90s!