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pierre1
Helper I
Helper I

Can't scroll the sharepoint list form ( power app)

My power app form for sharepoint list cannot be scroll down ( on the side pannel on the screen)

Therefore, i can t input half of the editform

 

is there any solution ?

 

THank you

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v-micsh-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, 

 

What is your current situation?

Have you tried to customize the form?

Customize a SharePoint list form using PowerApps

 

Make sure you have the needed fields selected under the form customization options.

 

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The scroll bar would show out at the right side of the screen.

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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I finally found the reason.

you have a scrollbar on the side ( of the sharepoint editing pannel) that only go to midway

so you have to scroll right to get a second scrollbar that go all the way down.....

 

 

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with the second scroll bar:

 

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tism
Kudo Collector
Kudo Collector

It's now June 2019 and this still happens.  Does anyone have a decent workaround?

 

This is a BUG!!!  And a really bad one.  How does Microsoft expect end users to work out that you have to scroll left before you have to scroll down?  This needs to be addressed, custom PowerApps forms in SharePoint are a mess and close to unusable because of little things like this.

smaug
Regular Visitor

Just come across this, as I have just started coming across from InfoPath to PowerApps and I must say this is really bad as a normal user will not know how to use both scroll bars, not impressed at all

Anonymous
Not applicable

 It is now the 13th of July 2020... and this is still not fixed!!!  Are there any workarounds???

Workaround I found is when in edit mode you can tab to the next field.

CatWest
Regular Visitor

Has there been a fix for this yet? I'm having the same issue and it's now Jan 2022, even re-creating the form gives the same issue once it is loaded to sharepoint.

hemrhk
Post Patron
Post Patron

Actually this issue is still there but there is a small workaround that will solve for specific screens.

Navigate to Settings ->Display, the default for portrait screen is

The default width and height for this screen is 444*790

 

For my screen I changed to 444*450 and change the form height to 450, Now the external scroll is not showing only the scroll for form is showing.

Screen Scroll.png

It will temporarily solve the issue if the users have similar screen size.

 

Follow 365 Stack for more updates.

CatWest
Regular Visitor

Thanks so much for this, it's really helpful. 

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