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rnian18
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Helper II

Stop map from sending my other visuals to back

I have a map visual with some other visuals on top of it. When interacting with the Bing map, it automatically sends all my other visuals to the back.  I was wondering how I can stop this. 

 

For example, I would have a map with an overlaid visual.  However, after moving around on the map, the visual will disappear.  My visual (box on bottom right) would reappear after I click off of the map, but I want the visual to stay present even when the user is using the map.

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Thanks in advance!

 

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rnian18
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Helper II

Thanks for the answers.  Unfortunately I tried those and it did not work.

 

In the end, I had to turn on "Maintain Layer Order" in the general tab of the map visual.  That ultimately forced my visuals to stay in the correct order.

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rnian18
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Helper II

Thanks for the answers.  Unfortunately I tried those and it did not work.

 

In the end, I had to turn on "Maintain Layer Order" in the general tab of the map visual.  That ultimately forced my visuals to stay in the correct order.

Hi @rnian18

 

I am glad to know that your issue has been solved, please adopt your solution so that it can help others.

 

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Jihwan_Kim
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Hi, @rnian18 

One way to improve it is to group the two visuals in the View menu -> selection pane, based on your preferred layout order.

 

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amitchandak
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@rnian18 , Just like powerpoint you have the option to bring in front and bring forward. Use that. If you click map it will be shown above, Click outside somewhere then the other visual should appear.

 

Another option you can try is to group the visuals; and check

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-grouping-visuals

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