The Chart pane presents the same information as the Details Table, but in graphical format. The bars in the Chart represent the length of time taken by each synchronization, with subsections of the bars representing the phases of the synchronization.
Click a synchronization to select that synchronization in the Details Table.
Double-click a synchronization to open the Synchronization Session Properties for the synchronization. See Synchronization properties.
You can group the data by user. Choose View > By User.
Alternatively, you can view the data in a compact mode that shows all active synchronizations in as few rows as possible. Choose View > Compact View. In Compact View, the row numbers are meaningless.
There are several ways to select the data that is visible in the Chart pane:
Zoom options There are zoom options in the View menu and zoom buttons on the toolbar that allow you to zoom in and out. To have a synchronization fill the available space, use Zoom to Selection.
Scrollbar Click the scrollbar at the bottom of the Chart pane and slide it.
Go To dialog Open this dialog by choosing View > Go To. The Go To dialog appears.
Start Date & Time lets you specify the start time for the data that appears in the Chart pane. If you change this setting, you must specify at least the year, month, and date of the date-time.
Chart Range lets you specify the duration of time that is displayed. The chart range can be specified in milliseconds, seconds, minutes, hours, or days. The chart range determines the granularity of the data: a smaller length of time means that more detail is visible.
Marquee tool In the Overview pane, move the Marquee tool. The Marquee tool is the small box that appears in the Overview pane. See Marquee tool.
At the bottom of the Chart pane there is a scale showing time periods. The format of the time is readjusted automatically depending on the span of time that is displayed. You can always see the complete date-time by hovering your cursor over the scale.
You can view or set the colors in the Chart pane by opening the Options dialog (available from the Tools menu). The default color scheme for the Chart pane uses lime green for uploads, coral red for downloads, and blue for begin and end phases, with a darker shade for earlier parts of a phase.
For information about setting colors, see Options dialog.