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  1. Thank you very much, Marco. I will contact support and get the download. I appreciate the support. Best, David
  2. Good morning, Juan I gave it a try this morning and received the error below. I am running version Version: 1.0.2760.16652, which is the latest build available that I can find on the PG web-site. "2760" looks strangely close but lower than "2769." Are these two numbers related? Do I have the 2769 build, and if not, how do I obtain it? Does the error below give you an indication that the problem is something other than the build I am running? On a related, silly question note, will DisableAuto AddData (when functioning properly) keep a chart from adding new, valid datapoints on refresh a
  3. Thanks, Juan I'm pretty certain I'm current--downloaded the latest versions last month. I will give it a try and let you know in the am (that's when most of my charts are sparse). Best, David
  4. Hi Gang, It appears to me that there is some bug or intended function that is undesirable in many situations involving the out-chart with refresh. If you create an out-chart .PS1 gadget that is attached to dynamic data and the first rendering of the gadget results in a single x-axis value (point, column, etc) then subsequent automatic or manual refreshes will not update the single value on the chart, but rather introduce a timescale for the x-axis and add additional copies of the same data point at different refresh intervals. I understand there is an option that can remove this behavior, b
  5. Hi Juan, Thank you very much for staying with this. I need to get this in play by the middle of next month. We purchased an additional 50 licenses and are deploying, but the internals are getting it first and fairly patient, external customers will not be. The zip code maps are a very handy feature when you want to get a prototype out and the solution sold without incurring the cost of customer SVG map development. Thanks to you and Marco for the continued assistance. Best, David
  6. Hey Marco, I talked with tech support and they said 2783 build was in the newest (7/23) release. I downloaded and tried it, but the functionlity was not changed. Under the new -Tooltipsfields (as it is intended to work), can you give it more than one parameter name or is it limited to a single parameter? Best, David
  7. Morning, Juan. Thank you for your quick response. I was kinda wondering, because it didn't seem like ToolTipFields did anything. The Facility/Site thing was just a typo from my vanilla-ing the code sample. In my case order does not matter--taking the time to build a custom SVG is not always an option in the engagements I am using PowerGadgets to solve (which are a lot--it is a totally awesome tool), at least when you are in the Proof of Concept stage. All I need is some way for the user to see the name of the site/facility he/she is looking at on the map, so he/she knows what to drill dow
  8. Well I tried several different examples. They failed yesterday but seem to work today. Only difference is that I didn't preceed with "-ToolTips true". In any case, here's what I have and where I'm trying to get. zip site tickets 22222 XYX 22 21231 ZZZ 11 The out-map will plot zip, but the tool-tip will read "Facility XYX; Tickets:22" I have tried the following (see code from first post): -ToolTipFields sites,score -ToolTipFormat "My ticket is: %v" ==> I get "My ticket is 22"-ToolTipFields sites,score -ToolTipFormat "Location: {$_.sites} Tickets: %v" ==> I get "L
  9. Hi Gang, I am attempting to produce a map which shows the number of trouble tickets at my facilities by location. Fortunately, I only have 1 facility in each zip code. No problem mapping by zip code, but I want the facility name to appear instead of the zip code when I mouse-over the location. I have simplified the code below a bit to focus on the PowerGadgets issue. invoke-sql -Conn... -sql "select zip, count(ProblemNum) as tickets, locatName as sites from databaseX where locatState='MD' group by zip" | out-map -mapsource 'US\5-Digit Zips\Ungrouped\MD-5 Digit Ungrouped' -float -refresh
  10. Thank you very much, Juan! I don't use templates much, so the former worked fine. Only thing to watch (it took me several tries) is that the "Column2" in $_.Column2 must match the alias name of the column(second one) in your invoke-sql statement (I was thinking it meant 2nd column). I really appreciate the assist!! Best, David
  11. Hi, I've been using PowerGadgets for a while and love it. I've seen mention in the documentation that you can add multiple independent needles to the outer indicator (not an inner gauge) of a radial, but I don't see how to do it. I am using a basic invoke-sql.... | out-gauge..... statement, where the SQL command results in a single row of two column values. I have tried the cmd-lets documentation and working through the -configure option, and I can get a second needle and color it, etc., but I cannot successfully direct the second value to the second needle. I see how to get main_indicato
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