I am facing a strange behaviour with pen input control used in power app new/edit form. i have used a flow to generate signature image files in a library and flow is called on submit button in power app. flow is working fine for all cases and generating image files during test over browser and mobiles/tablets.
Now a strange case found, user is using tablet and signed under pen input and left tablet ideal for 10-15 mins ideal and then submitted form.
issue- signature files are processing blank.
flow is running and creating image files with no signatures.
1. Is there any limitation of pen input to loose drawing with app.
please refer below link point 4, if its a cause for this.
2. Is there any possibility of drawing reset or color change as image file background.
I would assume this is caused by the session timing out and the fact that the image is stored in the browser cache. The best fix is probably to include a timer in the app that prompts the user to save their work within a particular period of time, perhaps 10 minutes. Start the timer in the OnSelect event of the Pen Input control. When the timer expires have it reset the pen input control. This will require the user to sign and commit the form within that period of time. Reset the PenInput to blank using Reset(PenInputControlName). You can also change the background color using the fill property.
In regards above discussion, end users are using tablet devices and getting signatures as blank for few items. most of them are generating correct signatures. i am not sure what is root cause now.
Is there any specific behavior of power app with tablets please.
This is online entry and code is processed on submit button click. code is something like below-
Set(varJson, Mid(varJson,24, Len(varJson)-24));
am i doing something wrong that is causing probably blank signatures at first attempt or like that.
please help me.
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