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Drill-Down - Hide the arrow...

Hi all

Is there a way of hide the arrow that is on charts/table when a drill-down group is set?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

TMF

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MayilVahanan

HI

No its not possible, you can change the name of that field and label for drill down , but not able to hide the arrow mark

Hope it helps

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R

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MayilVahanan

HI

No its not possible, you can change the name of that field and label for drill down , but not able to hide the arrow mark

Hope it helps

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R

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rwunderlich

Uncheck the "Label" property on the Dimensions tab. That will remove the arrow and the current fieldname display.

If you want to display the current fieldname, add a Text In Chart element with the expression:

=GetCurrentField(TimeDrill)

and position it where you want.

-Rob

http://robwunderlich.com

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Author

I Rob

Thanks for reply.

I try that and the arrow stays there. The only thing that disapear is the current field name.

Best regards,

TMF

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This worked for me. Thank you!

carbal1952
Creator II
Creator II

Hi guys:

Reading this post seems that (in QlikView) one question has more than one answer.

Who knows.

CB.

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Hi.. Its old post but just want to share workaround so it may be helpful for someone.

To remove the icon for drilldown group, create a variable and pass the group name in it. Now use variable in the dimension.Icon will not come but still drilldown will work.

Group Name: Commodity Group

Variable Name: vCGrp (Group name should be in definition)

Dimension: [$(vCGrp)] (Square bracket is used since group name has spaces.)

Regards,

Sai Krishna.

diegodelacruz
Contributor
Contributor

Nice reply. It works for me.

williamsdryan
Contributor
Contributor

just an FYI to future readers -- this worked perfectly! I was suspect of the square bracket as the expression editor saw it as incorrect, but it worked fine. Thank you Sai.
Benno
Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi, I used this method to have conditional dimensions in my straigh table. I deliberately don't want to hide the arrows. Is there a way to activate them, when they are accessed via a variable?

Thanks & Regards,
Benno