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bgsca
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Inline fields not visible

When editing an already existing flow it seems my inline fields are disappearing. My emails are inside a loop and I adres them by f.i. items('Verstuur_docenten_reminder')?['Name']

 

This works perfectly (I checked the output in Outlook). But when I want to edit an already existing text with fields it seems they (the fields) disappeared. I  don't see them, but when I add another one I get a double result. So it seems the fields are there, working, but "invisible"???

 

Hope anybody has a solution.

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abm
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Hi @bgsca 

 

Believe this is a bug. You have two options.

 

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Click the above code view .  The last icon of the body </>

 

The other option is turn off the experimental features.

 

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Thanks

 

 



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abm
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Super User

Hi @bgsca 

 

Believe this is a bug. You have two options.

 

image.png

 

Click the above code view .  The last icon of the body </>

 

The other option is turn off the experimental features.

 

image.png

 

Thanks

 

 



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bgsca
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@abm , You're amazing, I turned off the experimental setting. Don't know why I even turned it on in on operational setting 😁

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