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R3dKap
Super User
Super User

Toggle label not displayed in edit mode

Has anyone ever been able to display a toggle's label ? I can't...

 

The label is not shown...

Image 1.png

 

Labels are set as:

Image 2.png

 

Of course, ShowLabel is true:

Image 3.png

 

And it's not shown white on white:

Image 4.png

 

Am I missing anything ?

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gnorton
New Member

I found the slider object bounds tight around the slider itself. Expanding the slider bounds revealed the label.

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v-monli-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @R3dKap,

 

I can see the Label text after changing the property:

Capture.PNG

 

I just inserted a new Toggle control, and only changed these 2 properties FalseText and TrueText. Did you have any other settings?

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Well, in my case it's on a customized SharePoint List form that I can't see the label... Could you please make a try on a customized SP Form ? Cause it seems, looking at your capture, that you did your test on a new app...

Thks...

Anonymous
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adding @v-monli-msft to help with this request

gnorton
New Member

I found the slider object bounds tight around the slider itself. Expanding the slider bounds revealed the label.

R3dKap
Super User
Super User

This is an old post... Indeed I quickly discovered that the size of the toggle must be increased to see the label appear...

This makes me think that about toggle controls, I would see two handy enhancements that should be implemented:

  1. The label should always be next to the toggle (and not aligned to the right)  even if the size of the whole control is much larger
  2. The width of the control should adapt automatically when the label is changed

Emmanuel

Helena1994
Frequent Visitor

Just had the same issue today.

In my case the BorderThickness was already at 0.

Setting the FocusedBorderThickness to 0 was solving the problem.

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