I'm having some UI Issue with Date Picker Control. It's display at correct postion in studio but when I publish the application. It display the control at top left corner.
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Can you please check and help me?
Unfortunately, the calendar is not fully supported with unlocked aspect ratio. Specifically, the position of the calendar will always be near the top left corner. Consider locking aspect ratio as a workaround, and also to ensure more predictable layout. It is rare to have a form that is usable on both wide and narrow screens simply by stretching or compressing the form.
Another option is to enable the experimental feature "Enable app embedding user experience". This sets the background color of the entire panel to white, so that even if aspect ratio is locked, there wouldn't be grey bars around the app if the screen aspect ratio does not match.
Thanks You for your replay. We will try "Enable app embedding user experience" options and let you know, If we have any issue but calendar should fully supported with unlocked aspect ratio. Application look awsome with unlocked aspect ratio.
Is there any other way to enable full screen view for application with working calendar?
Personally, I avoid unlocked aspect ratio because it distorts the form and I don't know what screen aspect ratio my users have. Note that unlocked aspect ratio stretches the form both horizontally and vertically, so if the browser window is narrow (like phone portrait mode) or short (like half the screen height), form fields are squished, overlapping, or truncated to the point of being unusable.
In the current version of Sharepoint PowerApps forms, one can customize the size in PowerApps > App settings > Screen size + orientation.
Another alternative for a full-screen experience is to create a full-blown PowerApps application and embed it in a Sharepoint page. This is a much more customizable and powerful experience but it changes the user experience and requires more configuration.
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