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Akshay_Kinge
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Bookmarks : How to change visual position when bookmark is selected ?

Take the example where I have 6 dials where each dial represent the sale of a grocery item in a store. 3 of dials are sales of Fruits and rest are for Vegetables.

 

3 buttons (Select All , Fruits and Vegetables) are placed on the page where thru the use of bookmarks and selection pane , the user can select the dials to see the sale for fruits OR vegetables OR both.

 

 If "Select All" button is pressed.

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If "Fruits" is pressed.

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If "Vegetables" is pressed.

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PROBLEM : When "Vegetables" is selected , I want those dials to keep them on the top row i.e. above the line.

THE OUTPUT I WANT : This how I want the dials to be placed when "Vegetables" are selected.

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But when I update the bookmark regarding the vegetable selection after keeping the veggie dials above the line, they still stay above the line. So when I click on Select All , this overlap occurs :

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How do I change visual position only when that specific bookmark is selected ?

NOTE : IF the SOLUTION to my problem CAN BE SOLVED with SLICERS, please share that solution as well.

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Tahreem24
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@Akshay_Kinge  best way to avoid any confusion and play with hide and show with all visuals is to create 3 different pages. One for AllSelected, then deshon for fruit and design accordingly like only create 3dials for Fruits and likewise for Vegetable page. 

And then use Page Navigation feature under "Action" Property of Button. 

 

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Thank you fro the reply,

 

What you suggested works well for a small dataset. I actually have multiple types of store items to display the sale of like Soft Drinks (Pepsi, Coke, Fanta, Mtn Dew , etc..) Biscuits (Parle G , Marie Gold, Hide and Seek, Bounce, etc...) Ice Cream (Baskin Robbins, London Diary, Amul, Arun, etc...) and more.


I don't want to make a page for each and every type/button. Is there any other efficinet way to do this ?

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