I am looking for the option: "Auto-zoom on selection" in my map object.
I know it was there before, but I can't find/see it any more.
It's also mentioned here: https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense/February2018/Subsystems/Hub/Content/Visualizations/Map/map-propert...
Navigation: By default, off. When set to Auto, the navigation tool is displayed, with options to pan and zoom.
Auto-zoom on selection: By default, selected. When a selection is confirmed, the map automatically zooms in on the selected area.
What am I missing (besides this option)?
Thanks in advance.
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Thanks for your reply, but the problem is, my settings look different. As you can see in the attached image I don't see that option any more.
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Where did you create a ticket? So I can also follow up if it doesn't return soon or when I run into other missing features in the future.
Thanks for trying to figure it out with me (even though I forgot to reply to your discovery about point layer vs area layer, my bad ).
If you are a partner too, you should be able to open case in partner portal --> contact support.
The case opened by me is not allowed to be viewed by other partners.
The last update is that " This reported issue has been registered with engineering team." so Qlik has realized this issue and will fix it but it may take a while...
I will let you know when there is any update.
Don't know if this was already the case, but:
- Include null values
Doesn't work either?
I am trying to make a complete world map, but that isn't possible this way. I want everything that has a value to be on the map, but also everything that doesn't have a value to also be on the map. This way I see a worldmap and with colours I can show which one has what value etc.
Atm if I only have values for Australia and Germany, I will only see those 2's with a giant space between them and that isn't visually appealing at all.