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Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

Hi guyz.

In Qlik Sense, I'd like to show some tooltips or hints to helps users to understand better the meaning of some variables. Similarly to web browsing. The native function is to show the same text/number you already have under the pointer.

Sugestions?

Thank you a lot.

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Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

Well, in fact there's no solution to my problem so not 'correct' answer.

I mean, you cannot use any kind of tooltip for showing as I need. The link chanty4u‌ posted is an aproximation but I already have several measures, so I can't get them stacked.

reddys310‌ suggested extensions, but I'm not allowed to use them (it's a patch, not a real solution).

Thanks anyway to all of you.

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Chanty4u
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Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

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Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

Thanks dude

Chanty4u
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Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

welcome    if u got the correct  please close this thread

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Chanty

reddys310
Honored Contributor II

Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

Hi Perales,

You will have to go with an extension to achieve his. As you have the leverage to enhance the functionality ...its doable.

Check this out:

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Thanks,

Sangram.

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Re: Is there any way for showing 'tooltips' when setting the mouse over an object?

Well, in fact there's no solution to my problem so not 'correct' answer.

I mean, you cannot use any kind of tooltip for showing as I need. The link chanty4u‌ posted is an aproximation but I already have several measures, so I can't get them stacked.

reddys310‌ suggested extensions, but I'm not allowed to use them (it's a patch, not a real solution).

Thanks anyway to all of you.

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