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DrIndianaJones
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Was there a change to the ArcGIS tooltips?

On the ArcGIS the tooltip pop-up used to have arrows if there were multiple values available to preview.

For example, I have a map of the US State of Georgia that has mutliple companies and number of people they provide services to in that county. There are usually several dozen companies in these counties, but after the most recent update, the hover only shows one (seeminly random) company and the number of people they service with no option to click through (left/right arrows) the other companies.

I reviewed the change log & blog and can't find a reason for the change or that one was even made.

 

Any ideas on how we get this back? It is a valueable tool for us.

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DrIndianaJones
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Well, not sure what changed. I deleted and re-created the map, and it worked. The arrows have moved to the bottom of the tooltip. Still can't figure why the colors changed, but I can deal with that.

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DrIndianaJones
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Well, not sure what changed. I deleted and re-created the map, and it worked. The arrows have moved to the bottom of the tooltip. Still can't figure why the colors changed, but I can deal with that.

DrIndianaJones
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Yes, that is what it looks like now. Alas, I have no screenshots of the old version. 

Here's some screenshots showing what I mean

This is the zoomed out view. As you can see the tooltip should show both the insurance company and the number of enrolled people in the county.This is the zoomed out view. As you can see the tooltip should show both the insurance company and the number of enrolled people in the county.

^^^This is the zoomed out view. As you can see the tooltip should show both the insurance company and the number of enrolled people in the county. It has randomly picked an insurance company (Insurance Name) and the number of enrollees. Next time I hover, it may change to a different company.

 

 

A closer look at the county. There are multiple insurance companies within this county, but  it only randomly shows one company. Where the arrows are pointing, there was a way to scroll to the next value.A closer look at the county. There are multiple insurance companies within this county, but it only randomly shows one company. Where the arrows are pointing, there was a way to scroll to the next value.

^^^A closer look at a county. There are multiple insurance companies within this county, but the tool tip only randomly shows one company. Where the arrows are pointing, there was a way to scroll to the next value in the prior release of Power BI. The tooltip, furthermore, moved. It used to be a hover above the area you were pointing at and now it is this at the bottom of the map.

Pragati11
Super User
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Hi @DrIndianaJones ,

 

Apologies I am not able to understand your question properly on what changed and what was previously.

Can you add details like some screenshots?

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/How-to-Get-Your-Question-Answered-Quickly/m-p/1447523

 

I can see somethign like this at my end:

Pragati11_0-1633014517607.png

 

Thanks,

Pragati

 

Best Regards,

Pragati Jain


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