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Highlighting the visual interactions

Hi all,

 Currently I am working with a report with multiple visuals.

 Waht I want is on selecting something in 1 visuals, only few other visuals should change. ( I am able to do that).

But now, I want to highlight the visuals whcih have changed, like border color changes or blinking the data etc.


If I use bar charts or charts with colors, I could see the highlighted visuals. But my visuals are more of card related.

And there are a lot of visuals related to 'card' in my report.

 So I want to highlight the ones which changed on selection.


If anybody could help with this..






Could you please provide an exact case with sreenshots to better understand you issue?


Kind Regards,

Evgenii Elkin,
Software Engineer
Microsoft Power BI Custom Visuals

Regular Visitor


 I am somehow not able to attach the screenshot,so trying to explain in more details here:


So considering "Card charts" 1,2,3,4 only have numbers in them.

whereas chart 5 is a pie chart and 6 and 7 are bar graphs.


Now when cliking on a bar in 6, numbers in 1 ,2, 3 changes. rest all remain as is.

and cliking on section in pie chart on 5, numbers in 2 and 4 changes.


So now since 1,2,3,4 have only numbers, which chart changes when, is not clear.

So we would like to highlight the charts"Card type", which will change on clicking something in graphs 5,6,7.


Hope it is clear now.


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