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bgatzemeyer
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Visuals changing size/location on different screen sizes

I am having a unique problem on a recently developed dashboard.  I wasn't able to find any relevant post so I will outline the issue and some things I have tried, without success, to remedy.

I built a benchmarking dashboard that compare 4 sites to each other with multiple metrics, I wanted to pass granular details for these sites utilizing tooltips.  To achieve this I used a blank measure in a card and set it to be transparent so the user hovers over the value in the matrix and it acts as a typical tooltip would.  I did it this way because of performance issues with the dashboard, it is insanely large and the matrix design loads much faster.  

Here are the differences between a view from my large monitor (27 Inch with 1920 x 1080 res) & laptop.  Although all the Blue areas have tooltips you can clearly see the "movement" in the light blue ones to the left of the first column of data.  I believe this is due to the matrix resizing (unsure why).  

I have tried the following:
View > Page View > Fit to Width
View > Page View > Fit to Page

View > Page View > Actual Size

Grouping all visuals together

Grouping visuals together and turning on "Lock aspect ratio"

I am open to all suggestions including a redesign of the visuals but can not abide with the sloppy project appearance for users...help!?


Monitor View:
Monitor ViewMonitor View

 

 

Laptop View:

Laptop ViewLaptop View

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bgatzemeyer
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Updated: I have found a resolution, I came to the conclussion that the screen size used to the load the page was causing the issues and optimizing for one distrubed the layering of the other.  I utilized simple navigation features to add a desktop vs laptop view in my reporting and optimized the pages to the appropriate links.  Two seperate pages with simplistic navigation.  

I just used PNG files for desktop monitor and laptop and linked to the formated page.

 

bgatzemeyer_0-1694792566562.png

 

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bgatzemeyer
Frequent Visitor

Updated: I have found a resolution, I came to the conclussion that the screen size used to the load the page was causing the issues and optimizing for one distrubed the layering of the other.  I utilized simple navigation features to add a desktop vs laptop view in my reporting and optimized the pages to the appropriate links.  Two seperate pages with simplistic navigation.  

I just used PNG files for desktop monitor and laptop and linked to the formated page.

 

bgatzemeyer_0-1694792566562.png

 

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