1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 4, 2012 11:24 AM by Shawn Wallwork

    tool tip on dual axis

    Ben Sullins



      I am trying to control the tool tips for different mark types on a dual axis. One is a bar and the other is a line showing % Difference from one bar to the other. In the bar it shows only the measure that is the bar but in the line it shows all measures 10+ on the sheet. Any idea how to control this?




        • 1. Re: tool tip on dual axis
          Shawn Wallwork

          Ben, you've been around a lot longer than me so I'm a little hesitant to jump in here. I assume you know you use \Worksheet\Tooltips... to get to the Edit Tooltips dialog box. If you're asking why the bar only shows one measure, I believe that is because that any tooltip that doesn't have a value for that mark is suppressed. If you're asking how to get rid of the 10+ measures just delete the ones you don't want. If you really want to control the tooltip display you can write some Calculated Fields (i.e. IIF( x>y, [measure1], [measure2]) and then insert them into the tooltip dialog box. And finally of course you can just click the pull-down menu on any pill and un-check the 'Include in Tooltip' option.


          Also you really should check out this incredibly great trick for putting charts in Tooltips that Andy came up with back in his The Data Studio days:




          Hope I one of these is what you were looking for.