This week, noticed the following whenever launching a PowerApp that is in a GCC environment.
When the app loads and begins the render, the PowerApps bar that rests above the actual app in the browser takes several seconds to render in the incorrect position. After the app finishes loading and rendering, the PowerApps bar at the top then shifts position by several pixels... which seems to be creating a problem with how the app is verifying the screen size. The app will display vertical and horizontal scroll bars... even if the app is set to “Fit to Screen”
This happens on both new and existing powerapps.
To replicate: Create a new PowerApp in GCC environment Add a control, eg Label, to the app Save and publish PowerApp Open the App in web browser (Edge or Chrome) Notice the horizontal and vertical scroll bars.
I have tried the following to resolve: Clearing browser cache Restarting machine Using a different machine Using Edge Using Chrome
Issue doesn’t occur in the commercial environments, only in GCC tenant.
Issue occurs whether the app is designed for phone and tablet and regardless of the layout/orientation. It also occurs if the app is set to scale to a specific size or is designed to be responsive.
Issue only appears to be experienced when the PowerApp in GCC is launched in a web browser client on a PC or Mac computer. Phone and tablet clients seem to work without the rendering issue.