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Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

Hello All,

After I customized the SharePoint list form using Power Apps, couple of users in my organization are unable to see or scroll through all columns of newform or editform. Here is the screenshot for reference. Gone through similar posts on this question in the forum but couldn't find any solution. Please help. Thanks a ton in advance.

 

 

Here is the problematic form where the scroll bar just ended despite there are other columns beyond that is shown.

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This is the working form below where scroll bar can go till the end of all columns.

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

Hi @RameshMukka ,

What is the canvas height in your app? You should actually have a second scroll bar beside this one if the canvas is higher than the particular device screen resolution (and whatever tools are in the browser bars). To check this, press F11 (full screen) and see if you can see more of the form.

 

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

Hi @RameshMukka ,

What is the canvas height in your app? You should actually have a second scroll bar beside this one if the canvas is higher than the particular device screen resolution (and whatever tools are in the browser bars). To check this, press F11 (full screen) and see if you can see more of the form.

 

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

@WarrenBelz Thanks for responding. Is below the size you are asking for? Also you are right, I can see two scroll bars on the browsers we are using IE and Chrome. We just noticed it after reading your response. Is there any setting where I can fit complete form within the screen may be without 2 scroll bars. Please advise.

 

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

Hi @RameshMukka ,

No that is the form - you need the canvas dimensions as below. Be aware when you change these, you form data cards and controls may resize and/or relocate and you if so, you will need to fix them.

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

Thank you. This is how it looks for me. But why is this happening only for 2 users but not all. Anything to do with the browser settings? Is there any better way to have this consistent across all users?

 

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Re: Unable to Scroll SharePoint List Form after customizing using Power APps

@RameshMukka ,

You have it set on Large, which will be (for example) bigger than some laptop (1366x768) available screen display space. It is all about pixels available on the particular user's screen after the "top part" of the browser is deducted. For example, a browser Favorites Bar takes vertical pixels, so having this visible will affect how many pixels are available for the edit screen, whereas some UHD monitors can be 2160 pixels high and the form will probably stop less than half way down the screen.

I generally set mine no more than 500 high to allow for laptop use.

 

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