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LocationImage column not available to add to form.

I've created the columns for the Location table. When I go to the form, the LocationImage field is not available as an option to add to the form. The columns page and the forms page are attached.


Hi @PDWheeler 

Can you help me with more details and even please can you check if you are working with the dedicated environment which will be starting on your name.

You can check the environment on the upper right side of the screen.

* Please do share more info, I would be happy to help and resolve your issue.

Nirav J Raval

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I am also having the same problem.  I have been working in my dedicated environment.

I have the same problem. It is available in views but not in forms.

I solved this problem by creating an image column from within the form, this worked great.  I am still curious to know what caused the issue in the first place though.

I experienced similar issue, I created a new location image column in the form environment. This can be done by clicking on the +New table column at the upper part of the left-hand side panel. I hope this helps.

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Hi @PDWheeler , @Rachel_Mackay , @Atinubel2024 ,


This seems to be a bit of a bug as the column should show up as expected. However, when testing I ran into the same issue.


I found a way to make this work by deleting the column from the solution and then, in the form editor, select New table column and then add the column using the same steps as when originally creating the column.


As you can see below, this made the column available for me to add to the form:



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same issue  for me and when i try to delete the column from the table it says dependencies exist

the image and icon for location are not showing up after publishing. it is showing in the form.



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