@samuelJ Is this a variable-height gallery or regular gallery? Does the content of each row also have visibility dependent formulas? Is the gallery nested, such as in another gallery or a Canvas control?
I had this same problem and only on Apple Products for my end...turned of the Improved App rendering and it went away.
I posted it as a bug because I am amost positive it is and I hope they fix it before they take away the Classic rendering!
Awesome! Thanks for the response. On mine it was a simple Form (SP List) and I made sure to turn off the AutoHeight for the Label and it shows fine on Android Devices and Computer but not on Apple devices and then when I turned off the Improved app rendering it works fine on the Apple device.
Only thing special on mine is it does have variables that when you click buttons it shows and hides cards. The default for the screen OnVisible is to show all and it pulls fine then but once you click the first button it starts messing up the fields and it isn't consistant on which shows right and which not. See attached are screen shots of a view from Android and one from Iphone. I would think it was something in the App but just turning that off fixes it so I can't help but think it has to be a bug. I don't know if matters but I use the UpdateContext to set my variables on this screen.
@yuctong We have identified the root cause and are actively testing a fix.
In the meantime, if datacard heights are generally constant, one mitigation is to explicity set the Height property in the formula bar (customer-set value) to the value reported by properties panel (auto-height value),
Some of the changes look good but when editing the fields for a form, having to right click and click remove intstead of going down unclicking check boxes is more time consumming. Like the other changes on it.
Just giving my two cents ...thanks for letting me know about the update!
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