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debbief
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Tachometer - change size of sections w/out changing data

I have a tachometer built and want to make each section the same size even though the ranges are somewhat different. 

 Just for aesthetics, the middle sections looks so much larger so I want to adjust these to make them look more balanced - is this possible?

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v-linyulu-msft
Community Support
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Hi,@debbief 

Regarding the issue you raised, my solution is as follows:

1.We haven't yet found a way to keep the range size on the tachometer appearance regardless of the data size, here are the view types I added:

vlinyulumsft_0-1717036476749.png

2.Here's what I can suggest as an alternative:

You can try using other visualizations, such as radial meter diagrams
Here is the documentation for the radial instrument diagram:

Radial gauge charts in Power BI - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

You can replace the value in the visual object with a number that can make the tachometer look the same size, by inserting a label to display the value:

vlinyulumsft_1-1717036567578.png

vlinyulumsft_2-1717036574782.png

3.The following is the relevant documentation for the tachometer:

Visual Awesomeness Unlocked: Tachometer Gauge Custom Visual | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Po...

If you find other solutions, you are welcome to share them with us.

Best Regards,

Leroy Lu

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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v-linyulu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi,@debbief 

Regarding the issue you raised, my solution is as follows:

1.We haven't yet found a way to keep the range size on the tachometer appearance regardless of the data size, here are the view types I added:

vlinyulumsft_0-1717036476749.png

2.Here's what I can suggest as an alternative:

You can try using other visualizations, such as radial meter diagrams
Here is the documentation for the radial instrument diagram:

Radial gauge charts in Power BI - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

You can replace the value in the visual object with a number that can make the tachometer look the same size, by inserting a label to display the value:

vlinyulumsft_1-1717036567578.png

vlinyulumsft_2-1717036574782.png

3.The following is the relevant documentation for the tachometer:

Visual Awesomeness Unlocked: Tachometer Gauge Custom Visual | Microsoft Power BI Blog | Microsoft Po...

If you find other solutions, you are welcome to share them with us.

Best Regards,

Leroy Lu

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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