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How many galleries can you put in a Gallery?

I have a Gallery and I used to have labels/textboxes to show the data from a record/item...

 

But in some cases there's a lot of text and there's no scrollbar option?? (not sure why Microsoft?)

 

So I came across this idea from denglish

Textbox Scrollbar - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

 

I was able to create 1 flexible height gallery within my gallery and it works as expected.  But I am trying to add another and it won't let me?  Is it a known things that one 1 gallery can be put inside another gallery?

 

I have 5 fields I would like to have scrollbars, any other options? 

 

Thanks,

Terry

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Super User III
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@Mattw112IG 

You can only nest one Gallery in another Gallery.

You can consider using one Flexible height gallery as the outer/main gallery and then putting a HtmlText control or Label (set Overflow to scroll if you want to scroll that one)  in the gallery row with the AutoHeight property set on.  Then put whatever information in that you want to that control.  Your main gallery will now be the correct rows height based on the contents in the html or label control.

 

Personally I levitate toward the Html control as then I can put in tables and other markup to give me the look that I want.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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@Mattw112IG 

You can only nest one Gallery in another Gallery.

You can consider using one Flexible height gallery as the outer/main gallery and then putting a HtmlText control or Label (set Overflow to scroll if you want to scroll that one)  in the gallery row with the AutoHeight property set on.  Then put whatever information in that you want to that control.  Your main gallery will now be the correct rows height based on the contents in the html or label control.

 

Personally I levitate toward the Html control as then I can put in tables and other markup to give me the look that I want.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Yep, I used HTML and created my on text box with autoscroll option.  Worked perfect:

 

HTMLText:

"<div style='height:218px; padding: 3%; text-align: left;'><span style='font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 10pt;'>" & ThisItem.'Technical Skill Areas' & "</span></div>"

 

Didn't need Width, set in PA

Didn't need autoscroll options, PA handled that

Didn't need border info, did in PA

 

Thanks,

Terry

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