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new filter pane text color changes when published

I have created a report using the new filter pane.  Everything was working good until today.  The text color in my filters changed to black.  I have a dark backgroud on the report and set my text to White.  On the desktop everything looks as i designed but when I publish to the cloud all of the text in the filter cards changes to black.

 

I know this is still in preview mode but I was wondering if anyone else is seeing this issue?

 

I adjusted the background color in my card so the text is visible, but I do not like how the light cards look with a mostly dark background.

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Re: new filter pane text color changes when published

I have the same issue. Did you find any solution. We cant change the backgoround color as thats the company template. 

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Re: new filter pane text color changes when published

Same for me. First it was fine. Then it suddenly turned into a non-contrast dark grey layout in the published version online. Offline, in Power BI desktop, everything is still fine. Chnging the color does not have any effect on the online issue. 

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Re: new filter pane text color changes when published

Hi,

I am getting the same issue. Is it resolved now? Any update on this issue?

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