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Report Bug Lumira 12

Hi,

Not sure if this is the right place to do it but I'd like to report a couple of bugs I came across so far in Lumira 12.

1. Charts becoming non-dynamic

  • Create a chart in Visualize
  • Go to Compose and add the chart to the Board
  • Add Controls (which make the values in the chart change)
  • Click on the expand symbol on the chart then click outside to come back
  • Try using the controls again --> the chart won't change anymore. If you go back to Visualization and then click on Compose it works again.

2. Tree Map changing color when selecting "Enable SAP Lumira Agent"

  • Create a Tree Map chart. It will have a numbe of sections with different shades of green.
  • Go to File > Preferences > Tick/Un-tick "Enable SAP Lumira Agent" > Done
  • The different shades of green became colored. If you click on a different Visualization it and then come back it goes away.

Also had a randomly occurring issue where I couldn't save my work but I can't replicate it. Once I realise what's causing it I'll let you know.

Regards,

Matt

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2013 at 02:18 PM

    Matt,

    There's never a bad place to post 'bugs' about Lumira. We'll make sure the right people get a hold of this information, and try to find a workaround for you!

    Keep us informed, and don't hesitate to ask anything else!

    @SAPLumiraExpert

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      Excellent job Matt!

      I'm glad that you've found workarounds for what you've mentioned above.

      We're all working hard to make SAP Lumira an amazing product, and we appreciate your experiences.

      Would you be able to share with us what you did?

      We can put together a response for people who might encounter this in the future.

      If you can recreate the scenario's (as I am currently unable to) and take a few screen shots, I would REALLY appreciate them!

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