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Treemap Selective Hovering

In essence, only my inner content should be hoverable/display hover text, how do I remove hovertext for the outer content of my treemap.

import plotly.express as px
import numpy as np
final["factor"] = "Factor Zoo" # in order to have a single root nodea
typed = "In-sample-mean-cat-Norm"
typed = "In-sample-Norm"
typed = "benchmark_adjusted_abs"

final["In-sample"] = final["In-sample"].round(3)

fig = px.treemap(final, path=["factor","Category","Economic","Acronym"], values=typed,color_continuous_scale='RdBu', color="benchmark_adjusted",color_continuous_midpoint=0,  custom_data=["Acronym","In-sample","LongDescription"])

app_color = {"graph_bg": "#082255", "graph_line": "#007ACE"}

fig.update_layout(plot_bgcolor=app_color["graph_bg"],paper_bgcolor=app_color["graph_bg"], yaxis_title="",  xaxis_title='',
                legend_title_text='Benchmark Adjusted <br> Daily Average Return'

fig.update_traces( hovertemplate= 'Factor: %{customdata[0]} <br>Return for Range: %{customdata[1]} <br>Description: %{customdata[2]} ')

# fig.data[0].hoverinfo = "skip" 
# fig.data[0].hovertemplate = None

fig.layout.coloraxis.colorbar.title = 'Benchmark Adjusted <br>Daily Average Return'


Normal Behaviour:


Outer Layer Problem:

Hi, Have you tried using hover_name or hover_data in px.treemap().