Power BI Scroller

Devin Knight’s Power BI custom visuals series continues:

  • The Scroller the values move from left to right on an animated scroll bar.

  • The settings allow you to customize the speed, size, status indicator and colors used.

  • If you’d like to see the status indicator then you must have a deviation value.

Maybe it’s just me, but I’m not a fan of tickers.  They’re too visually noisy for my taste.

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