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Chita
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Double scrollbar

Is there a way to prevent double scrollbars in the scrolling screen?

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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.

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v-yamao-msft
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Hi Chita,

 

I guess that you are using a Scrollable screen, how did you configure the screen?

 

According to this documentation about “Add a scrolling screen in PowerApps”, I add a Scrollable screen then add several controls to test this issue, seems that I don’t get double scrollbars in the screen.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

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Please try with an edit form, this is the problem I have:

 

Hi Chita,

 

I am trying with EditForm control. But it seems that I am not able to reprodcue this issue on my side.

 

What I have done is to create a scrolling screen, then add an EditForm control to show data. There is only one scrollbar on the screen.

 

Have you done any special configurations on the app? Please give more information to help reprodcue this issue.

 

Best regards,

Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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MiguelArvelo01
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Any updates to this? I'm experiencing the same issue

 

 

fahad
Frequent Visitor

Please update on this from MS team as this issue exist, while customise forms in powerapps, that has many controls and when resize screen to full mode. Horizental and vertical scroll bars appear

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.

- not filipk@microsoft.com, please private message me if you can't share with everyone

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Hi Filipk,

 

I am still facing same issue, Getting multiple scroll bar.

 

I have not took scrolling screen, screen is blank since it is came by default.

 

I have just created SharePoint List with 52 fields and clicked on customize PowerApp options. I have not made any changes to form, still it is showing 2 horizontal bar and 1 vertical, which is not required.

 

Can you please help.

 

Thank you,

Hi @Soyeb_Malek can you post a screenshot of what you're seeing, or PM me with it?

- not filipk@microsoft.com, please private message me if you can't share with everyone

Hi , @FilipK,

 

I am also facing this issue in customized PowerApps form .

My questions are -

how do I remove vertical scrollbar that shows up in form. I see 2 vertical scrollbars

and also one horizontal at the bottom. ?

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