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andy808
Helper II
Helper II

How to get the dropdown orientation slicer setting style option for json theme

Hey there, with the new slicer settings - does anyone have the json file term to get the "dropdown" orientation (vs "vertical")?

 

Thanks!

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v-yangliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi  @andy808 ,

 

After you click 'reset to default' in the format pane, you can try the following Json:

vyangliumsft_0-1675818402352.png

 

{

"name": "Custom Theme",

         "visualStyles": {

                 "slicer": {

              "*": {

                "data": [{

                                            "mode": "Dropdown"

                                                    }]

              }

        }

    }

}

 

There are also some related values:

  • "VerticalList"
  • "HorizontalList"
  • "Between"
  • "Before"
  • "After"
  • "Basic"
  • "Dropdown"
  • "Relative"
  • "Single"
  • "RelativeTime"

This is the related document, you can view this content:

Raporttiteemojen käyttäminen Power BI Desktopissa - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

Re: json Dropdown and basicShape functions fail - Microsoft Power BI Community

 

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Liu, amazing! I have been searching and searching for an answer and this worked!!

Thank you so much!!!

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andy808
Helper II
Helper II

I have another challenge.

 

I created 2 measures:

# of Paid Days = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(ASTimeEntry[TimeRecordedOnDate]),(FILTER('Date Table','Date Table'[IsWeekend] = False ))) + 0
 
Sum of Tracked Hours = SUM(ASTimeEntry[TrackedHours]) +0
 
To get a %, divided them:
Total Paid Hours % = [Sum of Tracked Hours] / [Total Paid Hours]
 
When I slice for 1 person it works (eg 100%). When I use it for the whole team (5 people) - it ADDS the %s (eg 500%). How do I average this %? Average FXN doesnt work, divide FXN by # of people doesnt work. Or is there a completely different formula I need to create?  HELP!
v-yangliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi  @andy808 ,

 

After you click 'reset to default' in the format pane, you can try the following Json:

vyangliumsft_0-1675818402352.png

 

{

"name": "Custom Theme",

         "visualStyles": {

                 "slicer": {

              "*": {

                "data": [{

                                            "mode": "Dropdown"

                                                    }]

              }

        }

    }

}

 

There are also some related values:

  • "VerticalList"
  • "HorizontalList"
  • "Between"
  • "Before"
  • "After"
  • "Basic"
  • "Dropdown"
  • "Relative"
  • "Single"
  • "RelativeTime"

This is the related document, you can view this content:

Raporttiteemojen käyttäminen Power BI Desktopissa - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

Re: json Dropdown and basicShape functions fail - Microsoft Power BI Community

 

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Anonymous
Not applicable

@v-yangliu-msft ,  Do you know of a way it can be set up without having to select "reset to default"  seems kind of cumbersome for end users.  Thanks

Liu, amazing! I have been searching and searching for an answer and this worked!!

Thank you so much!!!

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