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hngdev
Resolver II
Resolver II

App behaves differently between Web Player and Studio

Hello,

I am working on an app requiring charts. Because of the great number of records and the length of the labels I need to place in the charts, they make the charts look something like this:

chart1.png

 

However, when I try the app on the web browser, I got something like this:

chart2.png

 

My questions are: 

  • Is there any way to make the web player and studio to work consistently?
  • In the web player, I have a big gap at the end of chart even when I already set X Y Width in order to make it resize automatically, anyone can explain?
  • As you can see my chart with the studio version, is there any way to custom the chart in order to show the full text.

 

Thank you.

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v-yamao-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi Hngdev,

 

My PowerApps version is 2.0.460, how about yours?

 

I created an App in PowerApps and in which I created a column chart. I clicked and dragged the column chart to cover all the screen instead of setting its X and Y property. And it worked consistently in both PowerApps studio and Powerapps.com. As I covered all the screen with my column chart, all the data were shown, of course, it had a scroll bar, I can view all my data by adjusting the scroll bar.

 

So, please check your PowerApps version and try again to click and drag the chart to cover all the screen.


                                                             
Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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I am using the same version as yours. Nothing seems changed.

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