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actionButton json parameters


I'm currently working my way through the exciting adventure of theming a PowerBi file via json. My current roadblock is the apparent lack of documentation on the parameters inside the actionButton visual. 


the post by tmckenzie here: was very helpful in getting me started with the fill attributes, but I haven't found anything equivalent for setting the fontColor or fontSize of the Button Text. Would anyone have any more leads on where I should look to figure this out? 


This cheatsheet is pretty handy:

This resource post is also pretty great:



Thank you for any assistance.

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Thank you for this @v-yuta-msft .

This definitely looks interesting. I haven't figured out a way to find out what json paremeters there are in an action button yet, but I'll keep playing with it.


I looked at a few other items and when I run "Get Visual Capabilities", the json that's returned doesn't seem to be as complete a listing as I've seen elsewhere in the links mentioned previously. Is this the right function to determine what's available to theme in a theme.json file?



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