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jcary02 Frequent Visitor
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Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

This issue does not exist in desktop only in the service.

 

When a user selects a date using the calendar date picker the date changes, but the calendar does not collapse. In order to collapse, you must activate another object or elsewhere on the screen to get it to disappear. This make it difficult interact with other nearby objects and visuals.

 

Also, I've notice that when a date is entered using keystrokes the slicer will not commit a date after the user hits the 'Enter' key.

 

This was previously working. I've tested on several separate reports and I'm able to recreate the issue on each of them.

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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

I can see the way it works is as you described.

Not sure if there was a change or not. I would suggest logging a support request for them to look into?

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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

I can see the way it works is as you described.

Not sure if there was a change or not. I would suggest logging a support request for them to look into?

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jcary02 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

Thanks I will try to submit a help request via our 365 admin portal

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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

Hopefully it will be resolved soon!

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dakwensioge Visitor
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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

Having thesame issue on 

 

Hello, 

 

IE 11

Version: 11.765.17134.0

Update Versions: 11.0.125 (KB4498206)

Product ID: 00150-20000-00003-AA459

 

Using Power BI on the web the date - calendar box does not minimize after selection. This does not happen with the Edge broswer. 


@jcary02 wrote:

This issue does not exist in desktop only in the service.

 

When a user selects a date using the calendar date picker the date changes, but the calendar does not collapse. In order to collapse, you must activate another object or elsewhere on the screen to get it to disappear. This make it difficult interact with other nearby objects and visuals.

 

Also, I've notice that when a date is entered using keystrokes the slicer will not commit a date after the user hits the 'Enter' key.

 

This was previously working. I've tested on several separate reports and I'm able to recreate the issue on each of them.


 

edmebart Frequent Visitor
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Re: Date slicer-- calendar date picker will not collapse after date is committed

Do you have any response? I'm having same issue with embedded reports IE 11 , after clicking on the calendar the calendar just close and set the previous selection.

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