Climate control

I had implemented a mqtt climate control and discovered a nifty feature - Whenever I switch on AC, the graph shows up as solid color.(ie, the time it is on, the graph is solid color - else its just lines)

Here is the yaml for mqtt climate

    - name: "Lounge"
      availability_topic: "tele/tasmota_95D644/LWT"
      payload_available: "Online"
      payload_not_available: "Offline"
      current_temperature_topic: "tele/tasmota_95D644/SENSOR"
      current_temperature_template: "{{ value_json.MiElHVAC.Temperature }}"
      precision: 0.5
      temperature_state_topic: "tele/tasmota_95D644/HVACSETTINGS"
      temperature_state_template: "{{ value_json.Temp }}"
      temperature_unit: "C"
      temp_step: 0.5
      min_temp: 16
      max_temp: 31
      temperature_command_topic: "cmnd/tasmota_95D644/HVACSetTemp"
      mode_state_topic: "tele/tasmota_95D644/HVACSETTINGS"
      mode_state_template: "{{ value_json.HAMode }}"
        - "off"
        - "auto"
        - "dry"
        - "cool"
        - "fan_only"
      mode_command_topic: "cmnd/tasmota_95D644/HVACSetHAMode"
      fan_mode_state_topic: "tele/tasmota_95D644/HVACSETTINGS"
      fan_mode_state_template: "{{ value_json.Fan }}"
        - "auto"
        - "1"
        - "2"
        - "3"
      fan_mode_command_topic: "cmnd/tasmota_95D644/HVACSetFan"

I have also implemented climate control using KNX.
For each climate control, I have a KNX address which can tell if fan controller is on of off. What additional data I need to add in this code to see the graphs as solid color when its on?

Here is the KNX climate -

#Passage  AC
    - name: "1st Floor passage AC"
      on_off_address: "3/1/65"
      temperature_address: "3/1/68"
      target_temperature_address: "3/1/160"
      target_temperature_state_address: "3/1/69"
      operation_mode_night_address: "3/1/161"
      operation_mode_comfort_address: "3/1/162"
      default_controller_mode: cool
      on_off_state_address: "3/1/70"
      min_temp: 18.0
      max_temp: 26.0

Fan things are not supported by knx climate entities. But you can try to play around with active_state_address. KNX - Home Assistant
Not sure what the graph (line, solid, etc.) actually shows though…

Something like this

Yep, I think that is active_state.

No- I tried adding that - it didnot work.

Works for me with command_value_stare_address which is the % version of active_state_address (it is true on >0 while latter directly takes a Boolean).