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AbulHassan
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Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

When I customised the list form using PowerApps enabled form and published, the default scroll position is at the very bottom near the SUBMIT button. I don't seem to find any property that sets that view to the top of the form. Whenever the PowerApps enabled form loads which has a NewItem form, it shows the last DataCard as default. Users had to scroll to the top everytime before filling in which is not ideal. Please can you help?

 

This is the form that loads currently, scrolled to the bottom by default showing the SUBMIT button.

PA_form_scrollError.png

 

The form is expected to load like this below,

PA_form_scroll_Excepected.png

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ElMeSaFeR
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Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

hi @AbulHassan

 

could you please confirm this issue during work on the PC browsers or phone or both of them! 

 

this issue on some phones, and developers are working on it.

 

please check this post

 

this also

 

could you please open your App in edit mode the go to file 》App Settings 》Advanced Settings 》 improved app rendering  (turn it off)

then re publish the app

 

please let me know your feedback 

 

Thanks

AbulHassan
Level: Powered On

Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

It happens on both PC and mobile. And I tried changing the app setting you mentioned, no luck. 

It's just the Input form control that has the issue - it just shows 13th column in the form when the page loads as if someone scrolled down the form. Instead, it should display the first column/field in the form at the very top. Thank you very much. 

ElMeSaFeR
Level: Powered On

Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

is it happen when user open the app in first time OR after close a screen form/gallery or both ?

 

AbulHassan
Level: Powered On

Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

both

ElMeSaFeR
Level: Powered On

Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

what is cancel / close button  "OnSelect" code ?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

Hi @AbulHassan,

 

Which browser do you use to custom your SP list form on your side?

 

I have made a test on my side (within Chrome browser), and don't have the issue that you mentioned (The scroll bar locates at the top of the form). The GIF screenshot as below:Test1.gif

 

 

The user @Guillaume has faced similar issue with you, please check the response within the following thread:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Go-to-Top-part-of-screen/td-p/90877

 

On your side, please take a try with the following workaround:

 

Set the OnNew property of the SharePointIntegration control to following formula:

Set(IsReset,false); /* <-- Add this code */
NewForm(SharePointForm1);
Set(IsReset,true) /* <-- Add this code */

Set the Visible property of each Data card within the Edit form control (on my side, it is SharePointForm1) to following formula:

If(IsReset=true,true,false)

then check if the issue is solved.

 

In addition, please take a try to delete/remove the custom form from your SP list, and then re-create a new one, check if the issue still exists.

 

More details about removing custom form from SP list, please check the following article:

Remove custom form

 

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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AbulHassan
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Re: Default Scroll position in PA enabled form

Thanks for the reply. I tried all the options that you mentioned, but no luck. I didn't try deleting the form and re-creating it. I have many rules/formulae done to the form and don't want to re-create it all from the beginning. It's like doing your whole form from scratch. Is there any formulae in PowerApps to make the screen position go to the top? X=0, Y=0. Or is there any formalue to focus cursor to first control? 

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