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Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

Bug in formula formatting

Hi ,

There is a bug in the formula formatting

if i have this in my formula

If(
UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.BudgetValue * 100-100 < (-100),
-100, (etc.)

and click format text, it turns it into

If(
UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.BudgetValue * 100-100-100,
-100, (etc.)

 

complete formula is 

If(
UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.BudgetValue * 100-100 < (-100),
-100,
UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.BudgetValue * 100-100 > 200,
200,
UseBudget,
ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.BudgetValue * 100-100,
!UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.ForecastValue * 100-100 < -100,
-100,
!UseBudget And ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.ForecastValue * 100-100 > 200,
200,
ThisItem.ProductionValue/ThisItem.ForecastValue * 100-100
)

 

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Power Apps
Power Apps

Re: Bug in formula formatting

Thanks for reporting Russell, we'll jump on it.

 

@LanceDelano

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Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Re: Bug in formula formatting

Hello,

Also the following expression
Concat(GroupedBy,AttributeFullPath,Concat(GroupedBy[@Properties],"A"))

after pressing format text, returns
Concat(
GroupedBy,
AttributeFullPath,
Concat(
GroupedBy[@[@Properties],
"A"
)
)

It adds this  ---> [@      before the [@Properties]
Thank you

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Power Apps
Power Apps

Re: Bug in formula formatting

Update: we already have a fix in the pipleine to this formatting issue, it is working its way to production as we speak. Thanks again for reporting!

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Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

Re: Bug in formula formatting

Thanks for the quick response!

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Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

Re: Bug in formula formatting

I think I found another. I have a boolean in my context called showResponses.

 

I am trying to set the AutoHeight property to be !showResponses. 

 

When I try to set that in the editor as shown below:

Capture.PNG

If i  click showResponses ,  it changes it to Capture.PNG

 

If I type out the entire expression :

Capture.PNG

 

It takes it, and issues no warnings, but the autoheight is always on when I run the app , regardeless of whether showresponses is true or false.

 

All the controls are in a flexible height gallery. 

 

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