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ACC
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Blank Browse Gallery Record Seperator

I want to but a seperator between records in a Blank Browse Gallery.  Looking for a border around a record or if I could insert a line at the bottom of a record.

 

I used a label aand seit is a View and a black fill.  It works.

 

 

 

Thanks
Adam

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CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

On a blank gallery, you can insert a Rectangle control (you'll find it inside the Icons group in the Insert tab in the ribbon), and set the following properties (assuming that the rectangle is called 'Rectangle1' and the gallery is called 'Gallery1':

Rectangle1.X: 2
Rectangle1.Y: Gallery1.TemplateHeight - Rectangle1.Height
Rectangle1.Width: Gallery1.TemplateWidth - 2 * Rectangle1.X
Rectangle1.Height: 2

This will add a separator line on the bottom of each item in the gallery. You can change the rectangle's color (change both the border color and fill color) to the one you prefer, or change the X and Height properties to change how the separator looks.

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Thanks I inserted the rectangle and it worked.

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DavidBarclay
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Not sure if it helps, but in the gallery list of componts is "Seperator", you can set the border size, colour etc. on this?

ACC
Frequent Visitor

I tried to set the gallery border, it didn't seperate individual records. 

CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

On a blank gallery, you can insert a Rectangle control (you'll find it inside the Icons group in the Insert tab in the ribbon), and set the following properties (assuming that the rectangle is called 'Rectangle1' and the gallery is called 'Gallery1':

Rectangle1.X: 2
Rectangle1.Y: Gallery1.TemplateHeight - Rectangle1.Height
Rectangle1.Width: Gallery1.TemplateWidth - 2 * Rectangle1.X
Rectangle1.Height: 2

This will add a separator line on the bottom of each item in the gallery. You can change the rectangle's color (change both the border color and fill color) to the one you prefer, or change the X and Height properties to change how the separator looks.

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Thanks I inserted the rectangle and it worked.

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@CarlosFigueira It worked - thank you

But I don't think it works for galleries where the items increase in size.  I've got a label with auto-height enabled and they expand according to the amount of content.  The solution here will work if all of the gallery items are fixed at the template height but am not sure how it will work in my case.  Any ideas?


Solved it, by refering to the height of the autosizing item as well as the gallery and choosing the maximum; as follows (where Label15_1 is the autosizing label, Gallery3 is the Gallery in question and Rectangle2 is the dividing line made from a box):

 

Rectangle2.Height := Max(Label15_1.Height,Gallery3.TemplateHeight)-Rectangle2.Height

Sorry, that should have been Rectangle2.Y not Rectangle2.Height Smiley Frustrated

Anonymous
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@CarlosFigueira  how do i make this work? i am pretty confused about where the code will go. if anyone could help me out please?

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