Anyone else having issues with the new release? Yesterday my app was working perfectly under version 3.21022.27.
Today, with the new release 3.21023.26 my app is unusable.
From what I can tell, there is something broken about the handling of potentially blank records/values, and my conditionally visible/positioned objects are all over the place, and my navigation on conditional screens are also not working at all.
I have posted the same thing!
App working fine now completely broken..
Suggest MS revert to previous version as this update is breaking peoples apps!!!
I'm experiencing issues with my images and onselect properties. Images don't show up in the studio (edit) area. If I run published app I don't see the issues.
Do you mean published apps on that version or in the editor? If you go into Edit mode of an app on version 3.2122.27, it will automatically "upgrade" it to the next version, making it broken.
Personally I'm finding that published apps on the old version are still working correctly under version 3.2122.27.
For me its editing as when you save it updates to new release so breaks everything..
Was a great experience after nearly 4 hours of working 😞
any apps published in a previous version will work so until they fix the release do NOT edit any apps you currently have working!
Hi all those of you who are stuck - check this answer here:
You can forcibly set the version of your Power Apps editor to the previously stable version. I can confirm that this allows the app to work perfectly fine.
In short, get the version you want by browsing this page: PowerApps
Then use this URL format: [region].create.powerapps.com/[version]/studio/
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