Conditional Formatting in a Indicator Widget

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04-29-2019 10:00 AM
LesleyHayes
New Contributor II

I am working with an indicator widget and I can get conditional formatting to work above and below the value, but when the percent change is "0" I want to be able to have the indicator show a grey color instead of the red that indicates an increase. It looks like the widget only allows for 2 conditional formatting options.  Does anyone know how to add the third?  

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HayleyHume-Merry
New Contributor II

Hi Lesley,

Did you ever work this one out? I'm also looking at doing the same.

Cheers

Hayley

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LesleyHayes
New Contributor II

Hi! Nope. I was hoping someone would be able to help. Not yet....

Lesley

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NataliyaLys
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JamieLambert
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I would like  to see this also.

Positive Change, Negative Change, No Change.

It would also be good to set a tolerance on the No Change option. For example, if a value is within a tolerance (say +/- 5) it is shown as 'No Change'.

To have Increase or No Change lumped together can be very misleading!

Any information about this functionality? Derek LawDavid Nyenhuis‌ ? Thanks.

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DerekLaw
Community Moderator

Hi Jamie,

Sorry for the late reply, I was out of the office on vacation.

> Indicator element - It would also be good to set a tolerance on the No Change option. For example, if a value is within a tolerance (say +/- 5) it is shown as 'No Change'.

As David Nyenhuis‌ stated in the other thread referenced by Nataliya Lys, this capability is currently not available in Ops Dashboard. Please submit an enhancement in the ArcGIS Ideas for Ops Dashboard site.

Hope this helps,

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