A think-cell style file can be used to customize the default colors, styles, and schemes for think-cell charts.
For the documentation of think-cell style files please refer to our online user manual in the appendix
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This article describes our recommended setup for creating valid think-cell style files.
In principle, any program that creates plain text files can be used as an editor. A think-cell style file should be created using a dedicated XML editor since it can check your style file for possible errors. We recommend to use the free Visual Studio from Microsoft (any version will do) since it offers the best XML editing experience we have seen so far.
A free version can be downloaded from the Microsoft download page. Simply choose the free edition (Visual Studio Community) and install it on your computer. Please contact your internal IT department if you have problems installing the software.
Now, if you move the mouse over highlighted errors, you will get a tooltip with a detailed explanation of the error. Fix any indicated warnings or errors before you use the style file.