As the title says, I cannot scroll down in either web editor or the standalone app to see all of our data sources anymore.
The scrolling option has completely stopped showing up and mouse wheel scrolling doesn't move the contents.
Solved! Go to Solution.
@v-micsh-msft please respond with an update to this thread. It's been over a week and this is causing significant business impact.
When will this be fixed?!
Going on 2 weeks now and we still cannot scroll down in the data popup... what the hell is going on? Why is a critical issue taking this long to be resolved?
I've got a list of flows in a project that I cannot scroll through to remove, edit, add etc. because this issue still exists. Is the PowerApps team just complacent to let broken items remain this way?
A simple workaround until scrolling is enabled to view all my data connections, I just change my browesers zoom level to 80% or less then I use the PowerApps zoom control to manipulate the canvas.
Hope this helps until this is resolved.
There is a workaround that allows you to scroll in the PowerApps web studio, you just have to add a single css attribute:
That should reenable the scroll bar in your web studio for that current session. Unfortunately you will have to redo these steps for each session, but it's better than nothing.
Nice work-around @BrettWilkinson but I'd like to see this resolved by MS as it's a pretty ugly error on their part.
Going on 3 weeks with this still being a problem and all I've heard from MS is "The fix is been scheduled in upcoming deployment" which based on their track history could be another 3 weeks... Pretty embarrassing!
@v-micsh-msft please respond with an update to this issue. It is clearly causing significant problems to a large number of users and yet no information has been provided as to when it will be rectified. If you want people to use your products when there are many other choices out there you need to be responsive.
I have placed a hold on any further PowerApps projects in my organisation and am looking into alternatives to meet these needs. I need to be able to rely on the platforms we use.
Sorry for the late response.
I have been told that there would be a fix shipped in Dec 8th, and a Quick fix has been considered, but as it can't meet the requirements, the available date is still on Dec 8th.
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