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Percent Scale of Charts
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Has anyone found a way to limit the scale on a gadget. When metrics can't exceed 100% the graphs still show up to 120% on the axis and users don't like this.

WebFocus 8.002
PMF 8.2.3
Windows, all output
Posts: 76 | Location: Minnesota | Registered: December 28, 2012Report This Post
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Hi Jasen,

We are currently looking at ways to prevent Gadgets from showing percentages over 100% where they don't make sense. This problem is less straight-forward than it may seem, however. A single Gadget could be meant to display both a metric (e.g. ROI per Investment) that goes well above 100% and a measure that cannot exceed 100% (e.g. Percent Complete).

We will give notice when we find an acceptable solution.

Trevor Dunn
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