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Meneghino
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Bug report: Drop down ChevronDisabledBackground gives incorrect colour

The drop down control in the screenshot below is disabled for sure (otherwise Fill would be white etc.), but the chevron background is showing a colour whereas it should be transparent.  This happened when I made the logic for the ChevronBackground property (i.e. when NOT disabled) more complex, but this should not affect the colour when disabled.

Many thanks.

 

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Re: Bug report: Drop down ChevronDisabledBackground gives incorrect colour

Hi Meneghino,

 

I configure the ChevronDisabledBackground of the Drop down control as RGBA(0,0,0,0), then when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing as below.

It seems that it works as expected, I don’t do any other configuration on the Drop down control.

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For a test, I set the ChevronDisabledBackground property as If(Dropdown3.Disabled=true,RGBA(120,13,140,150),RGBA(11,12,13,14)), then when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing a color as below.

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For another test, I set the ChevronBackground property as If(Dropdown4.Disabled=true,RGBA(10,12,13,18),RGBA(0,0,0,0)), without any configuration on the ChevronDisabledBackground property, when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing as below.

5.PNG

 

Per my test, it seems that the chevron color depends on the color you have set on its ChevronDisabledBackground property.

 

Could you please check the formulas you have set on the Drop down?

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Re: Bug report: Drop down ChevronDisabledBackground gives incorrect colour

Hi Meneghino,

 

I configure the ChevronDisabledBackground of the Drop down control as RGBA(0,0,0,0), then when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing as below.

It seems that it works as expected, I don’t do any other configuration on the Drop down control.

3.PNG

 

For a test, I set the ChevronDisabledBackground property as If(Dropdown3.Disabled=true,RGBA(120,13,140,150),RGBA(11,12,13,14)), then when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing a color as below.

4.PNG

For another test, I set the ChevronBackground property as If(Dropdown4.Disabled=true,RGBA(10,12,13,18),RGBA(0,0,0,0)), without any configuration on the ChevronDisabledBackground property, when I set its Disable property to True, the chevron is showing as below.

5.PNG

 

Per my test, it seems that the chevron color depends on the color you have set on its ChevronDisabledBackground property.

 

Could you please check the formulas you have set on the Drop down?

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Meneghino
Level 10

Re: Bug report: Drop down ChevronDisabledBackground gives incorrect colour

hi @v-yamao-msft

 

The ChevronDisabledBackground property is definitely not workng correctly with my form, but I suspect it is because it is a form with a lot of controls and logic, so it may be a limit of PowerApps.

 

The ChevronDisabledBackground property works correctly in simple forms.

 

Thanks for looking into it anyway.

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