Configures the label that belongs to the vertical crosshair line.
To make the label of the vertical crosshair line visible, assign true to the label | visible field. Additionally, you can change the color of the label's background using the backgroundColor option and specify the font settings of the label's text using the font object.
The options of the crosshair | verticalLine | label object configure only the label that belongs to the vertical crosshair line. The same options may be specified for both the labels at once using the label object declared straight in the crosshair object.
Specifies a color for the background of the label that belongs to the vertical crosshair line.
This option supports the following colors.
- Hexadecimal colors
- RGB colors
- RGBA colors (not supported in Internet Explorer 8)
- Predefined/cross-browser color names
- Predefined SVG colors (not supported in Internet Explorer 8)
Customizes the text displayed by the crosshair label that accompany the vertical line.
Implement a callback function returning the required text and assign it to this option. Inside this function, you can access information about the point that is currently hovered over. For this purpose, use the parameter of the function or the this object.
For more information on data formatting, refer to the Data Formatting topic.
Specifies font options for the text of the label that belongs to the vertical crosshair line.
Specifies the format of the values displayed by crosshair labels.
By default, crosshair labels display values as they are defined in the data source. You can apply formatting to these values using the format option. Additionally, if you have decided to use a numeric format, you can specify how many figures to keep when rounding the values. For this purpose, use the precision option. For details on formatting, refer to the Data Formatting topic.
Specifies a precision for formatted values.
Specifies whether the label of the vertical crosshair line is visible or not.
To make the crosshair label visible, show the verticalLine first.