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Brian Wilson

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Oh man! I had that exactly, but had a space between the [fidx=0] and .p-dim-member and that wasn't working. What's the difference in that syntax? It's working now. Thanks!

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Hi Moti -- would there be a method for adding a tooltip to the row labels? For instance, in your last screenshot, it would show up as I hover over "Home Theater.." and "GPS Devices" The tip would b...

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Hi Ananya, I'm including one more line here which is the default line -- I'm not an expert, just passing along what has worked for me. widget.on('ready', function(sender, ev){$('td',element).css('t...

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Hi Dima, Not an expert myself, but it looks like you're referencing p-value, which are the value rows of the pivot. I think you would want to change those to p-head-content or p-grand-total-head de...

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Or even a little more "developer-y"

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    @Adam Rife What about changing the font and the button colors? * {font-family: Calibri, Candara, Segoe, "Segoe UI", Optima, Arial, sans-serif !important;}  

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Hi Jessica, I do something similar with a bar chart by reducing the bar length via a script. This might work for you? widget.on('ready', function(se, ev) {// Parametersvar adjustmentPercent = 1.25;...

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    @Albeiro Hey Albeiro -- You've got the Zip Codes in the right place on the screenshot, but you need to add some aggregate in the value area for the dashboard such as SUM([Population]).

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    @Alveiro Florez I think that should be it - try adding something into the Values area to see if data pops up. Also, I think you'll need the Zip Codes as Strings instead of Ints since some zipcodes ...

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    Brian Wilson commented,

    Hey Albiero, I created this 5-digit zip file which works well for me. The polygons are simplified to keep the file size down.