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Advocate II
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Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

As of release 3.20065.16 controls are losing certain properties such as X, Y, Visible, Image, BackgroundImage (and probably others) in PowerApps Studio, where these are calculated. They can be fixed by re-entering the definition. For example, an Image control whose Y property is Parent.Height - Self.Height will show incorrectly at the top of the page: if I delete the property and then enter it again, it shows correctly at the bottom. But if I save the app and reload, it is back at the top of the screen. Same is true of many other properties, including a screen's BackgroundImage, for example, and several Visibles. Tried restoring to earlier versions, and using a different browser, but problem remains. Published apps are ok - it's just the Studio implementation.

This is similar to a problem in release 3.20021.27 (see Release 3.20021.27 Component instances lose property definitions ) which was corrected with a fix.

Could you find the fix again please, quickly?!

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Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

Got a reply from MS Support - choosing a previous Studio version seems to fix the all the problems.

Open/create your app via the previous Power Apps Studio version by manually specifying the version number as:

https://<region_code>.create.powerapps.com/<full version number>/studio/

 

And you can check the history build number by checking: https://create.powerapps.com/debug.html

 

musantana1_0-1594608910547.jpeg

 

 

In my example, I can open my existing App with previous version as https://as.create.powerapps.com/v3.20064.23.155867258/studio/#source=portal&environment-name=Default...

 

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

Hi @JonathanGibbs ,

I suggest you lodge a Support Ticket with Microsoft.

 

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Microsoft

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

Do you have any screen share for this issue with the broken control property here?

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

This is what my one is looking like + my context variables are mostly "not working" -> that's why all the little popups are showing 

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Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

Got a reply from MS Support - choosing a previous Studio version seems to fix the all the problems.

Open/create your app via the previous Power Apps Studio version by manually specifying the version number as:

https://<region_code>.create.powerapps.com/<full version number>/studio/

 

And you can check the history build number by checking: https://create.powerapps.com/debug.html

 

musantana1_0-1594608910547.jpeg

 

 

In my example, I can open my existing App with previous version as https://as.create.powerapps.com/v3.20064.23.155867258/studio/#source=portal&environment-name=Default...

 

 

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Advocate II
Advocate II

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

@musantana1 That works - thank you!

Very useful tip, which I'll note for the future

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Power Apps
Power Apps

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

Can you please share the session Id information of the studio? 

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Advocate II
Advocate II

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

@ShantanuP  Sure, it's a9e30997-aef2-41c1-9d59-cb42c561bd0f

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Advocate II
Advocate II

Re: Release 3.20065.16: Controls lose property definitions

@musantana1 @ShantanuP  Release 3.20072.19 seems to have corrected the problem

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