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Creator II
Creator II

Conditional Formatting of a Sliders 'Text'

Hi All

Weird one but couldn't find a solution!

I have a slider variable for details shown on a chart.

Slider Min: -100

Slider Max: 100

Now I was wondering if it was possible to make all negative values of the 'Text' in the slider be red.

Has anyone tried this before or got an alternative solution.

If you look at the below it is quite hard to identify the Negative Values!

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Partner
Partner

Hmmmmm...  This is a good one.  I don't think you can get the text to be red for negative values.  However, you can probably set something up where the background of the slider is fully transparent, then put a red background behind the slider, or maybe a bar chart that can color in parallel with the slider values.

Good luck,

Nate

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Partner
Partner

Hmmmmm...  This is a good one.  I don't think you can get the text to be red for negative values.  However, you can probably set something up where the background of the slider is fully transparent, then put a red background behind the slider, or maybe a bar chart that can color in parallel with the slider values.

Good luck,

Nate

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Creator II
Creator II

Great idea Nate!

Looks a bit sketchy but I will snazz it up!

Thanks

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Partner
Partner

That is what I was thinking you could do.  It does look a bit sketchy, but you are definitely on the right trail.

Good Luck!

Nate