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Hi sL I,
It depends, and yes.
Can you provide more information? Tool tips are provided on many objects and can be set with the label property where applicable.
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I’m looking for tooltip feature like the snapshot below:
e.g. more than one measures can be shown
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How were you able to custom color the "babywear" bar in your chart and add the additional tooltip for "product count"?
I'm unable to do both simultaneously. I lose my custom color when I uncheck the "the expression is a color code".
At the moment that is by design, it seems you cannot put a label when using a custom color.
So in this example, I am using color by expression - which then used count(ProductID) - so the size of the bar relates to sales and the color of the bar relates to the number of products in that category where darker is more. So it is not exactly a custom color per se. If you use color by expression and check the expression is a color code box, you can then use color functions and RGB() functions to specifically color a dimension - for example you could use something like:
if(CategoryName = 'Sportwear',red(),blue())
But I see you are losing the ability to label this when the expression is a color code, let's see what plu has to say. @Patrick?