Hi @Meneghino! Nothing really. Got this spinner-not-so-sure-what-to-call-it by set LoadingSpinner.Controls or LoadingSpinner.Data. Seems to be same same. Didnt do anything else, I think..
Thank you @Svante, nothing happened when I set the property to LoadingSpinner.Controls or LoadingSpinner.Data.
Nothing appeared anywhere, not when refreshing data sources or at any other time.
I guess we have to wait until this property gets activated, hopefully soon.
You get nothing? Strange. To explain a little more what I get and when; the app I work with now is 6 pages / screens and I have some [Back]-buttons with Back(Fade)-function and [Next]-buttons with Navigate(nextpage; Fade). The LoadingSpinner is set per page and the spinner appears when I use any of the Back/Next buttons. If I set it back to LoadingSpinner.None the page just shifts and no loading spinner appears. You did see the attached photo in my last post right?
I get a nice loading spinner (and can set the background with the background image to make it look nicer) when I'm initially loading a page (can't see it in editor mode, have to actually navigate to the page to see it) when it's set to DATA.
I want the CONTROLS however and I can't seem to get anything out of that. I may try the work around, but I don't like adding more to an already busy screen.
This video explains how the Screen 'LoadingSpinner' property is set and what it does:
from 1:10 to 3:30 is where he explains how that 'LoadingSpinner' property works.
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