Bit of an of an odd one, based on a thread here, i found out you can copy the fluent ui fields from powerapps for teams into the standard web powerapps editor.
We want to use the new fields as they are much more user friendly when compared to the the classic controls, especially the date picker.
I have everything working but have ran into an issue where the published web app does not format the datepicker based on our location "dd/MM/yyyy".
It does format correctly when in the editor though:
Would anyone have any idea on how to get the formatting to display correctly or is this a dead end?
I have tried:
Text(DateTimeValue(Parent.Default),"[$-en-GB]dd/mm/yyyy", "en-GB") in the value and onchange of the field.
Have tried Text(DateTimeValue(ThisItem.'Event End Date'),"[$-en-GB]dd/mm/yyyy", "en-GB") in the default of the parent card to.
Any guidance will be appreciated.
It is my experience that it SHOULD display based on the browser setting. As long as you are not using any sort of text function.
If you are setting it to the date in a text field, try wrapping that in DateValue(Parent.Default)
Is this case, the new date picker is not displaying based on any region setting when using the published app it is when in the app editor though. The classic date picker displays correctly in both.
Checked my machines location which is correct and the location within my M365 profile.
It only happens on the picker itself, I can convert text fields fine but we are trying to get the value in the form field to be correct.
If its useful I have noticed then when in the Teams PowerApps editor where I copy the fluent UI fields from the date fields also appear in the wrong format.
It definitely doesn't appear to be working as it should. It doesn't appear to respect the browser language. I do have the standard date picker working properly in published apps though.
I did notice however after editing and saving the app this image came from a couple times, the fluent UI control is now displaying the date correctly in edit mode. I have another app however that uses the standard date picker and it's not correctly recognizing the browser language IF it is one of the English language variations. Until today it wasn't recognizing it in either edit or published mode. It is now recognizing it in edit mode but not published mode. I suspect that browser caching may have a lot to do with it.
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