A person in the Facebook group 'PowerApps & Power Automate' asked:
"I have two different vertical galleries. I want to scroll the gallery2 according to the gallery 1 scrolling. is it possible?"
Which was something I had previously solved by:
Solved! Go to Solution.
Hi @stevegeall ,
I am facing issue on template fill, I have all your step and now am able to scroll as required, all galleries are scrolling together, but template fill is not filling entire column. Please refer to the image
Canvas height - 1900
Datacard height - Gal_TimeInterval.Height
Gallery-Existing dose(main gallery) height - CountRows(Gal_DoseCount.AllItems)*(Gal_DoseCount.TemplateHeight+Gal_DoseCount.TemplatePadding)+100
Gallery.Dosecount(Nested gallery) - CountRows(Gal_DoseCount.AllItems)*(Gal_DoseCount.TemplateHeight+Gal_DoseCount.TemplatePadding)+100
Timeinterval height (Tallest gallery) - CountRows(Gal_TimeInterval.AllItems)*(Gal_TimeInterval.TemplateHeight+Gal_TimeInterval.TemplatePadding)+100
Thanks in advance
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