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Aymeric_2350
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How to change the order/location between value and title in a multi-row card ?

Hi all,

 

still very new to this but I've create a bunch of measures based on a database and when I display them in the multi-rows cards it bugs me that the value is located above the name/description of the value ... so I was wondering if there is a way to go from 

Aymeric_2350_1-1669782399983.png to tempsnip.png (where the Overdue is located above the number it refers to by example, I want all those "titles" to be above the value they correspond to)

 

thanks in advance and hopefully it makes sense to you too !

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FreemanZ
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try to use plain Card Visual instead. It provides more flexibility, e.g. you may hide the title in the Card Visua and add a title as Textbox Visual above the Card. If you have more plain Cards, remember to align them, like in PowerPoint or Excel. 

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FreemanZ
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try to use plain Card Visual instead. It provides more flexibility, e.g. you may hide the title in the Card Visua and add a title as Textbox Visual above the Card. If you have more plain Cards, remember to align them, like in PowerPoint or Excel. 

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