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Changes in the February 2023 Power BI Update
Part eight of an eight-part series of blogs
There are quite a few changes in this month's update, but none of them will change your life that much!
It's going to be very hard for me to be enthusiastic about this change, as I had assumed that Power BI already did it!
You can now set the height and width of an image separately - but how often would you ever want to anyway?
To see the effect of this, I've set a column to display an image icon:
I've set each sport's picture in this table to be a website address for an image.
So now I have a table looking like this:
Each image's height and width by default preserve the image's aspect ratio.
I've now changed the image size to be wider and shorter:
My new settings.
This means the images now take up more room horizontally - or do they?
The images are now 150 x 50 pixels, but nothing much seems to have changed.
I feel I may be missing the point of this change, but since it barely deserved its own blog page, I'll move on!
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