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Hiding non-Editable Box in Range Selector

I have a range selector which is of type Greater than, that means one of the box is not editable. Since the greyed out box isn't used, is there a way we can hide this? Currently it is showing up as non editable and can be distracting for user.

 

range__sel.pngRange_sel

 

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Super User I

Re: Hiding non-Editable Box in Range Selector

@shhafiz 

 

You can overlay a shape, and format it to be in front of the slicer. One thing to bear in mind, however, is that it will become visible when a user selects the slicer. (it might help if the shape has the same colour as the slicer value backround, but I guess the actual value will still be visible...)




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Re: Hiding non-Editable Box in Range Selector

Hi, @shhafiz 

 

Based on my research, It is unsupported to hide non-editable Box in range selector because there is no option to hide it. As a workaround, you may operate as follows.

 

Here is my example. You may set the range selector as 'Less than or equal to'. Then you could go to 'Format' area, click 'Numeric input', set the font color and background color white.

e1.png

 

Then you may create a measure and put it in the card visual to display the current value of the range selector.

 

CurrentValue = 
CALCULATE(
        MAX(Products[ProductID]),
        ALLSELECTED(Products)
)

 

 

Result:

e2.png

 

Best Regards

Allan

 

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