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JCB
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Navigate on select-Not working

Hi All👋 , I used the various code suggestions offered by power apps to navigate between the different screens but it doesn't work. Does anyone have a proposal for a solution ?

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@JCB ,

Apart from the Capital F on fade required and assuming you have named the screens as you have posted, that is the correct code. Where are you running this from?

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ganeshsanap
Memorable Member
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@JCB Try following this approach:

 

1. Add a button control on first screen

2. Assuming 2nd screen name is DetailsScreen. Try using below formulas in OnSelect property of button control: 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen)

 

OR 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen, ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

OR 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen; ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

Also, make sure DisplayMode property of button control is set to Edit.

DocumentationNavigate function in Power Apps 


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WarrenBelz
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@JCB 

What is the code you have been trying to use and where have you been using it?

JCB
Regular Visitor

Hi, Mr WarrenBelz
In fact, I have defined a source screen and a target screen. On the source screen, on Onselect I used Navigate (Target, ScreenTransition.fade) and on the target screen, on Onselect I used Navigate(Source, ScreenTransition.fade)

@JCB ,

Apart from the Capital F on fade required and assuming you have named the screens as you have posted, that is the correct code. Where are you running this from?

ganeshsanap
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

@JCB Try following this approach:

 

1. Add a button control on first screen

2. Assuming 2nd screen name is DetailsScreen. Try using below formulas in OnSelect property of button control: 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen)

 

OR 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen, ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

OR 

 

Navigate(DetailsScreen; ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

Also, make sure DisplayMode property of button control is set to Edit.

DocumentationNavigate function in Power Apps 


Please click Accept as solution & 👍 if my answer helped you to solve your issue. This will help others to find the correct solution easily. If the answer was useful in other ways, please consider giving it ‌‌👍

JCB
Regular Visitor

Thanks so much for your reply

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