Add red bar layer style for charts
This is an outstanding item from #195 (comment 125621469).
In Charts, the docs say it's possible to apply a red color for negative values:
[…] if you have charts that feature positive and negative values, feel free to utilize a green/red version of the chart to make the data gains (greens) and losses (reds) more immediately apparent
Currently the pattern library doesn't have the
(What’s the solution? Why is it like that? What are the benefits?)
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