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BarryP
Quartz | Level 8

Hi,

I have a bunch of objects that I'd love for the user to be able to hover over and see the definitions for certain items.  In the past I've always provided this in a separate tab.

Is there another way that this can be done?

 

Thanks!

 

-Barry

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Which version are you using? 

 

When you say "objects," do you mean hover over a bar chart and see a text description of what the chart is conveying? or something else. Can you provide an example of the type of extra information you want to see. 

BarryP
Quartz | Level 8

How can I find the version?  It's got the menus on the right side of the screen with little burger dots above them (...).  If I open one, it shows (>>) to close. I can also drag the menus around.

Sorry that isn't ideal, but I looked all over for the version and can't find it.

PetriRoine
Pyrite | Level 9

Hello,

 

Click the user button right top corner in the application bar, and select About.

 

Br,

Petri

BarryP
Quartz | Level 8

VERSION:

8.5

Release V.03.05



I was wondering if there is a feature that could show information like a definition or a note like "Values only include devices registered into the service portal."  Or  is that something that needs to be displayed in a text box somewhere else in the tab or in a different tab.

Thanks!


Sam_SAS
SAS Employee

Hi Barry,

 

Putting this information in a text object on the same page is probably the best approach. If there is a lot of information, you could put a link in text object that would go to another page for details. This could be a hidden page, which will act as a pop-up window when the user clicks the link.

 

Sam

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