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This is a small update, but a very welcome one! You can now (finally) zoom in the DAX editing window, and also use smart guides to align visuals. There are also other minor cosmetic and keyboard updates.
- Changes for the December 2018 update to Power BI (this blog)
- Smart guides help you to align objects
- Changes to the DAX editor
- Cosmetic changes to the look of Power BI
- Keyboard changes
- Features still in preview as of December 2018
Posted by Andy Brown on 13 December 2018
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Changes for the December 2018 update to Power BI
This is one of the smallest updates for some time - you could summarise the main changes on the back of a cigarette packet. But the few changes there are will change our lives!
|Smart guides||Horizontal and vertical lines now help you to align visuals - a useful feature borrowed from Reporting Services.|
|DAX editor changes||You can - shout it from the hills - now zoom in and out! You can also see more lines of formula in a single window, without having to scroll up or down.|
|Various cosmetic changes||The visual interaction and selection pane icons have changed, and you can now assign tooltips to action buttons.|
|Keyboard changes||It's easier to collapse and expand tables, and you can now control the order in which users tab through your visuals.|
The list of features waiting in preview, meanwhile, has barely changed.