How to resize Windows in WebUI Mashup screen

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How to resize Windows in WebUI Mashup screen

Resizing and moving windows inside the WebUI Mashup screen is very beneficial if trying to squeeze in multiple dashboard tabular windows or when trying to view mashups created for reports showing graphs.

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Re: How to resize Windows in WebUI Mashup screen

Details: This video contains instructions on how to resize/adjust the size and shape of the tabular windows in the WebUI Mashup screen.  You will see in this example in the video, I chose to create a mashup of a report showing graph data and if you didn't know how to resize the window and move it around, you may not know that it does show the same type of graph data in the Mashup as it would in the actual report. So by resizing the window, you can see in more detail, in this example, the CPU usage actually going up and down, fluctuating like it should and that it's just not a flat line the whole way across for 60 min.

Solution Summary:
1. Once logged into WebUI>navigate to the Mashup you created
2. Once you've selected your mashup>navigate to the "edit" portion of the top-right portion of the screen
3. Hover over the window you want to resize and  you'll see this thing in the bottom right screen of the window  _l 
4. Use your mouse to grab that and move your mouse around to make it bigger or smaller, that way you can see either the graph data more clear or anything else you may not be able to see well or if you want to hide un-needed data
5. Then just select save in the upper right corner where you saw "edit" and your mashup will be saved with the new shape of your tabular window
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Cheers
Andy Gjertsen

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Re: How to resize Windows in WebUI Mashup screen

Details: This video contains instructions on how to resize/adjust the size and shape of the tabular windows in the WebUI Mashup screen.  You will see in this example in the video, I chose to create a mashup of a report showing graph data and if you didn't know how to resize the window and move it around, you may not know that it does show the same type of graph data in the Mashup as it would in the actual report. So by resizing the window, you can see in more detail, in this example, the CPU usage actually going up and down, fluctuating like it should and that it's just not a flat line the whole way across for 60 min.

Solution Summary:
1. Once logged into WebUI>navigate to the Mashup you created
2. Once you've selected your mashup>navigate to the "edit" portion of the top-right portion of the screen
3. Hover over the window you want to resize and  you'll see this thing in the bottom right screen of the window  _l 
4. Use your mouse to grab that and move your mouse around to make it bigger or smaller, that way you can see either the graph data more clear or anything else you may not be able to see well or if you want to hide un-needed data
5. Then just select save in the upper right corner where you saw "edit" and your mashup will be saved with the new shape of your tabular window
2. 

If my answer helped you today, please give my post a like and be sure to mark the 'Accept Solution' button to help others find the answer!
Cheers
Andy Gjertsen

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