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Helper II
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Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Hello, any idea why Im not see the icons on the table? I have the icon on and also have the conditional formating set with no error but in the table it is not showing the icon? Icon not showing up.PNG

 

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Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Hi @JCK2 ,

Based on my test, conditional format seems work fine in my environment. Maybe you can consider these limitations when using conditional format:

conditional format limitaions.png

In addition, seems you have not used the latest version of power bi desktop, you can try to update it: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=58494

 

If the above not help, could you please share some sample data or a dummy .pbix for further discussion?

 

Best Regards,
Yingjie Li

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Super User II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

@JCK2 

I just removed all your conditions rules and recreated it again:

Снимок.PNG

 

PBIX in attach


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Super User II
Super User II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

@JCK2 

is there any aggregation in visual with your [Action Diff] field?

Is [Action Diff] column or measure?


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Helper II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Action diff is a measure, comparing to same time last year performance...

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Helper II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Just an update, it will perfectly when added rows, but when aggregating it does not seem to work 😞Icon not showing up.PNG

 

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Microsoft

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Hi @JCK2 ,

Based on my test, conditional format seems work fine in my environment. Maybe you can consider these limitations when using conditional format:

conditional format limitaions.png

In addition, seems you have not used the latest version of power bi desktop, you can try to update it: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=58494

 

If the above not help, could you please share some sample data or a dummy .pbix for further discussion?

 

Best Regards,
Yingjie Li

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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Thanks for looking into this!

 

Find attached a sample data, it works when i have a category in the table, it does not work when i want it at summary level.

 

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7vmeec4jg22gycf/Powerbi.pbix?dl=0

 

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Super User II
Super User II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

@JCK2 

I do not see any problem in your pbix- file

what action should we do to get your issue?


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Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

My aim is to achieve the conditional formating at aggregate level, the icons disappear the moment i uncheck site from the table.

 

i want to see the icons at Total level...

 

Icon not showing up.PNG

 

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Super User II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

@JCK2 

I just removed all your conditions rules and recreated it again:

Снимок.PNG

 

PBIX in attach


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Helper II

Re: Conditional formatting Icon not visible

Thanks an upgrade did the job :)! Thanks a lot once again! stay safe! 

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