Update: A hotfix has been validated and is approved for deployment. Once deployed, you will need to edit your app(s) in Studio and re-publish. I will update this thread once hotfix deployment is complete.
@vishchandra We are not aware of this issue affecting other controls directly; however, under certain conditions, the gallery issue may affect the consistency of the app and cause other controls to operate incorrectly. If it is enabled, you may try disabling Formula-level error manangement in App settings -> Advanced settings to see if this improves the overall behaviour.
Update: We are still working to deploy the hotfix. We encountered a technical issue which prevented us from deploying sooner. I will update this thread again once hotfix deployment is complete.
I thought I was the only one experiencing this problem.
I also have the visibility problem.
In a gallery if I have this as the visible property: CountRows(compGalleryItems.AllItems) > 0
When I run the app, the gallery is hidden (which means the above formula is returning false, but when I drag a label on and set its text to CountRows(compGalleryItems.AllItems), the result is 3 (for example). If I however remove the formula, set the visible to True, , and then use that formula again, it does seem to work. It however does not stick as when I exit the app and come back in, its broken again.
Why do we need to come look through community forums when you're well aware of the problem?
Final update: A hotfix to address the issue has been successfully deployed. The updated Studio version is v3.19052.20.115177617. You will need to edit your app(s) in Studio and re-publish for the fix to take effect--please remember that it make take up to a few minutes for the newly published app(s) to be packaged and available to players (web or mobile). Please report any issues you experience with this update.
Once again, we are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.
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