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apena001
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Published Powerapp Form as landscape but form appears small and canvas vertical

I created and published a form with horizontal and landscape settings via Powerapp but the form which appears in my SharePoint list when clicking on the title shows up small/vertical (image attached).  Please help!

 

Also, in the past when I was able to publish my landscape form correctly, it worked fine only to change back to default SharePoint edit form after editing the item.

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That is correct, and I do not think so. 

 

Update: So I decided to change it back to portait and published. Then, went back in and published an earlier version (with some minor editing on the fields). Some how, knock on wood, it has stayed now. Hoping I broke the weird cycle it was going through in the server but all better now. 

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WesPreston1
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For clarification, you started in the SharePoint list and selected "customize form in PowerApps", then once in PowerApps went to "File->Settings->Display" and changed Orientation to Landscape, then Saved and Published. Correct? 

 

Do you have any other custom settings that might be conflicting with these? Anything with the FormScreen1 properties or in the SharePointIntegration component? 
Have you tried the page/form with different browsers? (Grasping a little here, but what the heck...) 

That is correct, and I do not think so. 

 

Update: So I decided to change it back to portait and published. Then, went back in and published an earlier version (with some minor editing on the fields). Some how, knock on wood, it has stayed now. Hoping I broke the weird cycle it was going through in the server but all better now. 

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