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Helper I
Helper I

Show app full screen without Power App Title Bar

Hi,

 

I have a canvas power app that I want to display in a public area of my company. Is there a way to remove the Purple Power Apps title bar and only show my app content full screen ?

 

Stephane

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@bouillons 

Please put this code at the end of your URL.  It was removed from my last post due to the forums converting my text to a clickable link.

 

&hidenavbar=true

 

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Super User III
Super User III

@bouillons 

Put this code at the end of the URL for your app.


https://apps.powerapps.com/play/1480900a-4a67-4ecf-9921-dc87d70760b0?tenantId=a2c8d439-93a4-1a5e-8e4...

 

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This link does not work for me. Is there a specific suffix to add to my app's URL ?

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@bouillons 

Please put this code at the end of your URL.  It was removed from my last post due to the forums converting my text to a clickable link.

 

&hidenavbar=true

 

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Helper V
Helper V

If you want something easy you should work on a panel instead of work directly on the form and set the panel's dock to fill. So:

//...
panel.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;

//some stuff here

Controls.Add(panel);
Then when you want to see the full screen application, maximize the form and hide the titlebar like here:

WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized;
FormBorderStyle = FormBorderStyle.None;

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