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AnthonyPhan
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TextInput Display mode bug

Hi,

I often use the display mode property of a textbox to allow/disallow editability of a textfield. This has worked without issue in the past however I recently check my app to find that all my text inputs were filled with "X" marks where I have set the display mode to disable.  I have shown an example below:

 

 

The x marks do not appear in the online developmetn enviroment but appears in the web browser when the app si deployed. I have run a basic test to show this. I can also note that the X does not appear when runnig the app on ios or IE but occurs in chrome.

 

Is this a new "Feature"? if so how can i remove it so users can actually view the content of the textinput?

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AnthonyPhan
Level 8

Re: TextInput Display mode bug

It seems your response has help me find a work around. By setting the "Clear" function of a TextInput from the default "true" to "false" the "x" will not show.

 

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Community Support Team
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Re: TextInput Display mode bug

Hi @AnthonyPhan,

 

Thanks for the Feedback.

This should be related with the 'Clear' function of the TextInput Box. 

I tested this under Chrome with PowerApps Studio for Web, the 'X' would be kept there after DisplayMode switched to Disabled mode.

 

Basically if we have anything entered in the TextInput, there would be a 'X' available at the right side of the TextInput Box, which on clicking, it will remove the whole string entered, and the 'X' would disappear once the selection switched away from the TextInput.

 

I will do some more tests and report it from my side.

 

Regards,

Michael

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AnthonyPhan
Level 8

Re: TextInput Display mode bug

It seems your response has help me find a work around. By setting the "Clear" function of a TextInput from the default "true" to "false" the "x" will not show.

 

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