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I think I've stumbled into an error in how Power BI handles cross filtering/highlighting when a visual has a Top N filter. Here are the steps to reproduce using a publicly available dashboard:
Note, this occurs even if we use a table visual instead of a Top 10 Tweets by Retweets visual. And if I remove the Top N filter int he Top 10 Tweets by Retweets visual, then the problem goes away.
For a table visual, you may use CTRL+Click and Power BI doesn't clear the previous selection state. You might need to contact https://www.cloudscope.io/support/custom-visualizations/timeline.
Thanks for your rely. I'm not trying to keep the previous selection state. I'm expecting the state to be cleared and the tweet selected to be the only thing highlighted. I mentioned in my post the behavior I'm seeing occurs when I swap out the Timeline visual with a standard Power BI table visual so I think it's an underlying Power BI issue. Also, if I clear the Top N filter in the visual (Cloudscope or standard table), then I get the expected behavior.
You may use Performance Analyzer to check query.
Good tip. A few things:
I would like to troubleshoot this with someone at Microsoft directly at this point. I don't think this is the expected behavior.
Can someone at Microsoft please provide an update on this issue?
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