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sdrumovic
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Visuals Grouping disrupted by Undo command

Hello

 

In the PowerBi Desktop version I'm currently using (2.96.901.0 64-bit - august 2021) I encountered a nasty issue.

 

If I previously grouped some objects under a common tag in the Selection pane, each time I use the Undo command, even for matters unrelated to objects grouping, the groups get disassembled (i.e. objects get ungrouped) in ALL pages; the ungrouped objects are then listed (and most importantly, layered) in a semi-random fashion.

 

These not only makes working with object groups impossible but it also create big difficulties when using bookmarks to hide/unhide partially overlapping objects; having them grouped make designing and maintening bookmarks much easier.

 

Am I missing something or is it just a bug? Has this problem already been solved in a later PowerBi Desktop version? In that case I can ask my organization to update it.

 

Thank You for your help

 

Max

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v-jayw-msft
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Hi @sdrumovic ,

 

That's a quite old version.

Power BI Desktop is updated and released on a monthly basis, incorporating customer feedback and new features. Only the most recent version of Power BI Desktop is supported; customers who contact support for Power BI Desktop will be asked to upgrade to the most recent version.

 

Best Regards,

Jay

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I had my PowerBi Desktop updated to version 2.105.923.0 64-bit (may 2022) but the problem persists: each time I use the undo command, the groups I created in the selection panel get disrupted

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