Make tooltip shareable like crosshair #6274

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@connection-reset @connection-reset connection-reset Make tooltip shareable like crosshair
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…rged via PR #6274, closes #1578
torkelo commented Dec 6, 2016

Merged this to master after a few changes and refactorings. There is now only one option (named Shared Tooltip), currently using the old property sharedCrosshair (will rename later if there is no major complaints).

Figured there was no great need to have two options (sharedCrosshair & sharedTooltip), so will try to only have one (that does both), and get some feedback on that.

towolf commented Dec 6, 2016 edited

Please do not replace the old functionality, too many pop-ups for one screen on my high density dashboards ...

This looked bugged to me until I found this PR.

Let them press Space, or Ctrl, or something.


@towolf you can disable this in dashboard settings.

torkelo commented Dec 7, 2016

or with CTRL/MOD+O , but if there is a good argument to have these as separate options (shared cross & shared tooltip), then that's good to know, maybe it's worth two options

towolf commented Dec 7, 2016 edited

@connection-reset @torkelo Shared cross-hair was not a make-or-break feature, But I would not like to lose this, just because shared tooltips do not work for me ...

If you can support both, please do!

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