My app is already complete, I had to make a modification to one part of it which broke the attachments control when I saved it. If you used the default version (clicking edit on the PowerApps app list) it saves it using version 3.18114.25 right now.
The way I got it to save using the old version is by opening the app from the older IDE. (ie. use the link to the old version > Open PowerApps app > make your changes > save).
Version 3.18122.23 is newer and hence no longer has the bug. I suspect the app just needs to be re-saved and re-published.
To see which version the app is on:
I would guess that it is older.
To fix that, open the app for editing, make any change, and save the app. Then publish that version.
I confirm you that in previous version of apps I haven't the problem.
The problem start, in this environment, since this version 3.18122.23.
I edited the previous version and after saving version become 3.18122.23 and attachment control doesn't work (I don't see name of file).
If I come back to previous version, work fine (Name of file appear correctly)
I don't understand why you are still running into this problem.
Can you try to reproduce it in a new app?
Here are the steps:
The labels should be populated accordingly if there are any files attached, and if there are not, they should be updating as you use the app and attach / remove files.
Does that work for you?
Friz, can you contact support / send in your .msapp + the scenario of how you are using the control. It's possible that you are using it in some way that we didn't anticipate, but that we could get re-enabled once we know the parameters.
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