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scabral
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need to have one set of bookmarks and visuals ignore another set of bookmarks and visuals

Hi, 

I have developed a report with a set of buttons setup as bookmarks to control a set of visuals.   I also created another set of bookmark buttons in a different area of the report to control a different set of visuals like this:

 

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the buttons on the top left should control only the visuals below, changing them based on the button selected.  I have that working fine.  Same for the button on the top right.  They should only change the visuals being shown based on the button selected.  This is working fine as well.

 

What I want to make sure and don't know how to do it yet, is no matter what buttons i choose from the top left, they should ONLY change the visuals below and not change anything with the visuals or buttons on the top right.  Basically, they should not interact with the other set of buttons visuals at all.  The same should go to the other way as well.  If I choose a different button from the top right, it should only change the visual to the left and not any of the other visuals buttons on the top left.

 

right now, if i choose the middle button to change the visual in the top left, it is showing all the visuals on the left with all the buttons selected like this:

 

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thanks

scott

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TomasAndersson
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Solution Sage

Hi!
If you have bookmarks, you can adjust what visuals they affect by making sure "Selected visuals" instead of "All visuals" is checked under "More options" of the bookmark. You'd have to select the visuals you want to control and then update the bookmark.

TomasAndersson_0-1672411667294.png


In other cases, if you're using for example field parameters, "Edit interactions" under "Format" in the ribbon could be something to look into.  


Good luck!

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TomasAndersson
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi!
If you have bookmarks, you can adjust what visuals they affect by making sure "Selected visuals" instead of "All visuals" is checked under "More options" of the bookmark. You'd have to select the visuals you want to control and then update the bookmark.

TomasAndersson_0-1672411667294.png


In other cases, if you're using for example field parameters, "Edit interactions" under "Format" in the ribbon could be something to look into.  


Good luck!

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