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wsobhi
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How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

Hi,


How to disable the feature of zoom in\out on PowerApps Canvas ?

https://we.tl/t-5eGyXISVuq

 

Regards,

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

Hi @wsobhi ,

Could you please share a bit more about your scenario?

Do you want to disable the "Zoom in"/"Zoom out" feature within PowerApps Studio?

 

If you want to disable the "Zoom in"/"Zoom out" feature within PowerApps Studio, I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in PowerApps currently.

 

If you would like this feature to be added in PowerApps, please submit an idea to PowerApps Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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wsobhi
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Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

Hi @v-xida-msft,

 

Zooming feature is already there on Powerapps Canvas, using two fingers user is able to zoom in\out which makes the application ugly !!. therefore, we would like to disable this feature as it also affect the dropdownlist at the time of selection, screen is automatically do zoom in.

I have shared the video to see the issue in the below link:

https://we.tl/t-5eGyXISVuq

 

Regards,

vishchandra
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Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

Same issue for me on iOS.

jlister
Level 8

Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

@v-xida-msft I don't know when this issue started but it is definitely not a welcomed feature. The zoom is taking place inside the player on iOS. The user can use zoom the screen in and out using pinch zoom. See GIF below. I am testing this on version 3.19083.21. I would consider this an urgent request to fix.

video1.gifVersion 3.19083.21

 

Specoop
Level: Powered On

Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

I've got an iPhone SE, and ComboBox set to size 25 font. When I click on the combobox, the application is zooming in substantially. After you pick a selection, you have to click out of the combobox, and then two finger manually zoom out (without clicking on any other part of the application).

jlister
Level 8

Re: How to disable Screen zooming on PowerApps Canvas

@Specoop I hear you. I also have a combo-box using Opens Sans font size 18. When selecting an option it sometimes zooms-in as you describe. I am not sure if it is a double-tap or single select gesture, but it happens as you describe. I have an open ticket with Microsoft's support team and as of yesterday, they suggested increasing the font-size as the solution but did not give any other specifics. The problem is, I need them to confirm which font sizes are problematic and they should inform their customers. In my opinion, if the font-size is the issue, this is a faulty control. I also notice double-tapping a disabled button causes the screen to zoom. So, there is more to this issue than just the combo box. According to MS, PowerApps doesn't even include a feature that should zoom when a control is double-tapped. It sounds like they are a long way off from solving this bug. I believe this bug was introduced when they released the pinch-zoom gesture. If I hear anything useful, I will definitely share it. However, I am starting to lose confidence in their support team at this point.

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