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JulianKirkness
Advocate I
Advocate I

Can you highlight the selected record in a Gallery

It would be really useful (especially in tablet pages) to be able to highligt the selected record in a Gallery control. Is this possible?

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Anonymous
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mr-dang

 

Thanks for the solution!

 

If the titles are the same, all titles(rows) wil have the color

 

So its better to choose the Unique Identifier

 

If('Id ({Identifier})'=Gallery2.Selected.'Id ({Identifier})',
RGBA(0, 255, 0, 0.1),RGBA(0, 0, 0, 0)
)
RoccoB
Advocate I
Advocate I

Use TemplateFill property of Gallery: If(ThisItem.IsSelected, LightCyan, White)

 

K-A-R-L
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

I think you can highlight and select multiple items of a gallery.

Gallery Onselect Property:


Collect(SelectedItems, ThisItem);

Gallery TemplateFill Property:

If( ThisItem.ColumnName in SelectedItems.ColumnName , RGBA(196, 196, 196, 20%), RGBA(0, 0, 0, 0))

SelectItemsGallery.jpg



 

For some strange reason I cannot use ThisItem in formula for TemplateSize (it just not appearing in autosuggest and gets red underline when entered manualy ) 

Thank you for this tip.

I know this is an old thread, but I am wondering how I can deselect so that all the items are back to there regular color?

Thanks it really helped ,Awsome stuff

Thank you for your help!

Update 2020:

 

If(ThisItem.IsSelected,RGBA(101, 128, 187, 5%),RGBA(0, 0, 0, 0))

 

Works!

This no longer works, it needs one small tweak (need to prepend ThisItem). 

 

If you insist on using the title (and it is a unique field), use:

 

If(ThisItem.Title=Gallery1.Selected.Title,
RGBA(color that you want selected), 
RGBA(regular color)
)

 

If you are using a SharePoint list, it's better to use the ID of the SharePoint item because that is a unique number. 

 

If(ThisItem.ID=Gallery1.Selected.ID,
RGBA(color that you want selected), 
RGBA(regular color)
)

 

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