Hi, I have a PowerApp that is behaving undesirably after the recent update. Some notes about this app:
Prior to Update
If I open the application in the designer and save it (making no change other than the text of a label, so that I have the save and publish option) a few things occur:
Thanks in advance,
Solved! Go to Solution.
I cannot reproduce your issue. Even when the classic mode is off, in PowerApps mobile app on iOS, the scrolling works just fine.
Also, please describe in detail about what did you mean by "Changing toggle fields that change the visibility of other fields". Please share the related formulas and controls. Is this happening inside a Edit Form?
So far there is no such offical statement about cancelling the classic mode option.
I have created everything brand new this morning (new sharepoint list, and new powerapp) to recreate the issue myself. Below are the steps I followed.
At this point if you:
The issues are now gone when you use the app on your phone again.
Appologies to everyone for the lenght of the post, and thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide.
Thanks so much for reporting the issue,
we identified the source of the problem and we will be working on a fix.
as soon the fix is deployed you can switch the classic rendering mode off
Thanks @AKotb was the fix included in the recent 3.18063.33 release? If not, do you know which release it is slated for? Thanks so much for addressing this.
if everything goes according to plan the fixes should be part of the 3.18071 release which is hopefully going to be deployed in 2 weeks.
meanwhile you can use the classic mode.
Thanks again for reporting this and for the detaled steps 🙂
@AKotb I can confirm that the issue appears to be resoved with the 3.18073.28 release. Thanks for the quick turn around on this issue.
Can you explain what benefits / performance enhancements the non-classic mode offers me in the Studio as well as end-users on their apps?
1807.3 should be deployed everywhere, can you try to disable render in classic mode and republish the app ?
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