I have few reports in Power BI service (online ) and recently i noticed that when I click on "see data" feature from the Ellipess(...)
the data appeard but not in areadale format the font is so light that its hard to read the data.(
This is what i get when i click on "see data" feature . ( in desktop verion i can see the data )
When itried on desktop it is working fine.
I treid to edit the reports and the tested again but it gave me the same problem,
What to do in this case as my sales team really need this feature.
What I think has happened possibly is did you import a Theme into your Power BI desktop file?
I wonder if that is affecting it?
When I did it on my data it is working perfectly well as you can see below.
Also what Browser are you using and is it the latest version?
Also is this happening to other users in your organization?
I tried changing my report to default theme and then maually adding my theme colors to the tiles in the reports and republished it on the services, it did solve the problem.
does this conclude that my theme is corrupted, and i will always have to mannually change the color to the theme?
Thanks a lot for your help guys!!
You theme is not corrupted but rather that the theme colours for the table are light in colour which makes it difficult to see.
Have a look at your theme and see what the colors are set to for:
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Possibly remove this line and it should default to the standard Table Accent Colours.
@KHorsemanyes am using custom theme but i have modified my report online to black color same report am able to see the data on desktop version.
I've seen similar issues due to custom theme. The issue persists untion the JSON file is modified by changing "background" into "#FFFFFF". But I still suggest you pin your dashboard without keeping the theme.
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