I've posted about this issue already, but I am reposting because it is in all the app I've created and I can't understand why is this happening.
The bug is, when saving a form, before returning to BrowseSccreen it will flash for a second in the form the details of somebody else in the gallery list(usually the first item in the list)
I created a new list in SharePoint and added a column named color and then selected create an app
Then in the app I added a new Item
Then from the BrowseScreen I addedd another Item :
And when from EditScreen I saved this item before returning to the BrowseScreen it flashed for a second the details of the Item I created before this one (it only happens if there is at least one item already present in the gallerylist )
As you can see in the GIF
This Bug/Issue is happening everywhere in all the apps when I create a new item or edit an existing one
Hope that you can undesrtand what is going on...
Solved! Go to Solution.
Sorry about that! I keep using the wrong words, but I'm glad you knew what I meant! 🙂
Give this a try, in your submit button action:
Let me know if it helps at all! Good luck!
I have reproduced this situation, but it will always work normally after the quick flash, seems to me that it is not a bug but more like performance issue. It seems that the gallery is refreshing the data source after a new record is added, and that's why you saw a flash of the old view.
Thank you for the answer, what could I do that can let galley refresh but without showing the old view??
Could you navigate back to the browse screen at an earlier point? What is the formula in your form's on submit action?
The formula on submit action is:
Once I click on the submit action button it will browse back to the browse screen but for a second it will show the details of a previous form before actually going to the browse screen
Ok, thanks! So what about when you select the form itself, go into the advanced tab, and look in the OnSubmit property? Is there anything in there?
Can't find the OnSubmit property.....
Oops! Sorry -- I meant OnSuccess. What does that say?
OnSuccess Is :
Okay, and what is the Default property in your form?
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