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Double scrollbar issue with forms

Hi PowerApp users,

I know this issue has been covered multiple times here but with no clear solution. So posting it again :).

My forms are having double scrollbars even when the default screen orientation and sizes are selected.

I have used Blanks, Scrollable and Form screens with the same behaviour.

There is a vertical as well as the horizontal bar showing up.

Attached the screenshot.

Any help appreciated.

Regards,

Kevin

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Continued Contributor
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Have you tried setting the Show Scrollbar Property to false? 

 

I'm sorry that's all I can think of! 

 

I hope it works out 🙂


Kind regards,

Ben

If this solved the problem for you, feel free to hit "Accept as Solution" so others can find the answer easier. 🙂

Kind regards,

Ben Fetters
Power Apps/Power Automate Developer
www.sovereignsp.com
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Hi @kevingeorget ,

 

I suspect the vertical and horizontal bar is set within SharePoint list. What is the web browser that you are using in this screenshot? Have you tested with another one? Like Chrome.

 

Regards,

Mona

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Hi @BenFetters ,

Thanks for the reply.

I'm unable to find the Scrollbar property for the screen or form. Could you please help me in finding this.

Regards,

Kevin

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Hi @v-monli-msft ,

I've tried the same form in Chrome, Mozilla,IE and Edge (all are upto date versions).

The screen resolution is 1366*768.

I'm using PowerApps for SP List form customisation in desktop screens.

Strange that no one else is facing this issue.

Regards,

Kevin

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I attached a view Images you can look at that show where the show scroll bar is at. I don't know if that's the problem but you could give it a shot. Maybe it has something to do with your screen size? For me on my bigger monitor the form looks different than it does with my laptop. The other image I attached is where you can maybe mess around with the scree size orientation to see if that helps the problem at all. 

I hope that helps somehow! 

 

Kind regards,

Ben

If this solved the problem for you, feel free to hit "Accept as Solution" so others can find the answer easier. 🙂

Kind regards,

Ben Fetters
Power Apps/Power Automate Developer
www.sovereignsp.com
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thanks again @BenFetters . The issue i'm facing is for the form and not with any gallery controls. There is no scrollbar option available for the forms. I've checked different combinationsfor the screen orientations and it doesnt work.

 

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Hi @kevingeorget there is a similar thread with an accepted solution. Here is a link to the thread, and here is the accepted solution. Please let me know if this helps. 

 

An Edit form has its own scrolling so you do not need to put it inside the scrollable screen, just a regular one.

 

If you still want to do this, make the height of the Edit form large enough so that you do not require scrolling in the form.  That way you will scroll the screen, and that will be the only scrollbar that appears.

 

@Anonymous 

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