We are using PowerApps Studio with several users, I personally prefer English eversince that's my preferred syntax. We have noticed that switching languages can cause the interpeter to get a conversion mismatch and cause syntax errors. These are most of the time ; and ;; and , with .
Is there any solution? And why is there a difference in syntax anyway? I can't lookup anything with the Dutch syntax and have to convert it by hand anyway, really, really inconvinient.
I was kind of scared someone would reply with this. My question is about the studio, not the app itself. I've noticed a piece of syntax that causes the interpreter to malform the syntax. This issue is caused after I wrote code in the English studio and then switched to the Dutch studio. (Changing the Chrome language.)
As I said: in Dutch we end a single statement with ";;" instead of the English ";". The Dutch interpreter goes twice over the code for some reason causing endings to be straight syntax faults.
// Invalid code statement;;;; // Should be (Dutch syntax) statement;; // English equivalent statement;