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mayurk5 Visitor
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Numeric range slicer

We have 2 slicers in which one is numeric range slicer. When we select some value from the slicer, its end value in numeric range slicer gets changed, Now if we change selection in the slicer from the previously selected value, the manually over written value doesn't get changed as it was earlier. 

 

e.g. we have two values in one slicer having range 0-1 for FP  and 0-2 for CS

If we change the end value of CS manually and then select FP in slicer, the end value of FP should not show the value of the CS. It should remain intact and hold its own values.

 

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Re: Numeric range slicer

Your slicers are interacting with each other.  You can turn this off by going into the Format tab of the ribbon (when you have the slicer selected) and toggling on the 'Edit Interactions'.  Once this is on, you will see some toggle icons appear in your visuals.  Whichever slicer you have selected, you will see icons in the other items.  This will essentially tell power BI how your current selected visual is going to affect each other visual.  So start with your first slicer, select it and tell it to not affect the other slicer (cirle with a line through it).  Now do the same with the other visual, select it and select the same icon on the original visual.


   

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Re: Numeric range slicer

Your slicers are interacting with each other.  You can turn this off by going into the Format tab of the ribbon (when you have the slicer selected) and toggling on the 'Edit Interactions'.  Once this is on, you will see some toggle icons appear in your visuals.  Whichever slicer you have selected, you will see icons in the other items.  This will essentially tell power BI how your current selected visual is going to affect each other visual.  So start with your first slicer, select it and tell it to not affect the other slicer (cirle with a line through it).  Now do the same with the other visual, select it and select the same icon on the original visual.


   

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