A Sigma workbook has settings that apply to all its pages and elements.
The settings covered in this document refer to the new, improved grid layout. See Compose elements on a page (new layouts Beta).
Access workbook settings
Open the workbook settings panel from the Settings button at the bottom left of the workbook.
Layout settings are at the top of the panel. Click the chevron to see the full list of layout settings.
The settings include:
- Always show grid: Toggles the grid lines on and off. By default, the layouts grid is on, to help you align elements on a page. The grid displays when editing or exploring. It does not display to Viewers.
- Custom mobile layout: Toggles whether the layout is used for both desktop and mobile devices. See Responsive design for desktop and mobile layouts.
Workbook formatting settings
The settings include:
- Theme: Select from a set of predefined themes. Themes encompass the palette, fonts, and title and table text sizes. The default uses the Light settings. You can choose a theme and modify its settings.
- Color: Select from a range of palettes.
- Invert viz tooltip colors: Toggles tooltip colors. See Customize chart mark tooltip fields.
- Text font: Font for all basic text in the page. The default is Source Sans Pro.
- Data font: Font for all text in the page. The default is Roboto.
- Title font: Font size and color for all title text in the workbook.
- Table header: Font size and color for all table headers in the workbook.
- Table cell: Font size and color for all table cells in the workbook.
- Border shape: How the corners of the border connect, either as a square, rounded, or pill-shaped corner. The default is round.
- Page width: Sets the width of all pages in the workbook. The default is Full.
- Show cards: Cards are containers that surround some elements such as images. If you want the background of the element to be the same color as the canvas, hide the cards.
- Spacing: Sets the grid spacing. The default is Medium.
The Revert to default button at the bottom reverts any changes that have been made to the formatting settings.
Enable page break elements
The Enable page break elements toggle makes page break elements available in the Add element panel. By default it is not enabled.
You can use Page break elements to manually set page breaks for PDF exports.
The Manage locales link opens the Manage locales panel.