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DanielaHo
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

App controls 'broke' in editor this morning (?)

Hi all

This morning I opened an app that was perfectly fine yesterday, only to find that today:

- images are not displaying (although the function is still referring to them)

- OnSelect functions are not working in preview (although function is still there)

- object heights are changed

 

Re-typing the functions fixes it, and the launched version still works normally.

PowerApps version hasn't changed, on release 3.21022.27.

 

I just restored previous versions that didn't have this problem and those are also now rendering in this way, so it's definitely not something I did..

 

Just curious if others are seeing the same behavior - if so it may be a MS glitch and I'll just wait until it's fixed..? 

Other apps are not displaying the same problems though. 

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Update - this is now resolved as part of the latest power apps release version.

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Colby
Advocate I
Advocate I

Hey @Daniel I'm see the same thing. Posted about it here. Glad I'm not the only one seeing this. My issue actually started happening on Monday this week. Do you have access to another app in the same environment? I'm seeing this in all my apps for a client environment.

Thanks - yes other apps (although in another environment) seem fine... at least if it affects others too it's probably a MS glitch that will be fixed (and not me having broken something) 😉

Update - this is now resolved as part of the latest power apps release version.

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