Since I was struggling I do not have much atm. After trying a few things I stopped at:
Problem with that being that it doesn't actually have any effect. If there is no selection the amount of possible Employees is > 1, if there is a selection it is at least 1. When the selection of all 'Others' is used there still are > 1 possible Employees.
So I'm trying to figure out what I need to use to determine that the 'Others' filter is in effect more than anything.
Considering the potential of a variable amount of Employees, and a variable amount of Employees that will have the value of 0 on the limited measure I cannot simply put a predetermined number for the limitation.
In my current dataset I've got 185 Employees, of which 38 fall in the 'Others' category.
Hmm, I don't think you misunderstood me, but it doesn't seem to work. Nor does me fiddling around with the getselectedcount (I didn't realize this existed)
I'll add a few screenshots, those might clear things up.
To do this I'd like to apply a limitation.
Due to the limitation still being 0 it won't show detailed insight into the 'Others'.
None of the expressions described by you or tried by me have worked sadly.
Medewerker = Employee by the way.
Thanks for the help up till now!