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Editing reference line name causes focus to switch to another existing reference line

If you have an existing reference line on a chart, and you add another one to the same chart and rename it, after you rename it the focus switches to the original reference line and you can start editing the existing reference line's properties without realizing you are not editing the new reference line's properties.

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Hi  @EHA_SD 

I tried to restore the scenario you mentioned but failed, can you provide your sample for reference ?

How to provide sample data in the Power BI Forum - Microsoft Fabric Community

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao

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v-yetao1-msft
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Status changed to: Needs Info

Hi  @EHA_SD 

I tried to restore the scenario you mentioned but failed, can you provide your sample for reference ?

How to provide sample data in the Power BI Forum - Microsoft Fabric Community

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao

EHA_SD
Advocate I

I didn't have time to prepare the workbook at the moment, but here is a video showing the 2 issues:

 

1) If you have already created reference lines ("End date" and "Switch date"), and you create another "LOD", the focus switches from the new one ("LOD") to an existing one ("Switch date") as seen at the 15 second mark of the video.

 

2) The creation of the new reference line ("LOD") changes the reference line type of the existing reference line ("End date") from from X-axis to Y-axis as seen at the 21 second mark. It also removes the conditional formatted value and resets to 0 on the original reference line ("End date").

 

I am using Version: 2.121.942.0 64-bit (September, 2023)