11-29-2019 13:58 PM - last edited 03-04-2020 04:16 AM
The bug with the positioning of controls inside components has now be fixed by the Power Apps Team (great job there!). This means that now you will no longer have any problem importing the color picker component inside your applications: every controls inside should fit right in place and the component should exactly have the look it has in the capture below when adding it to your screens.
Here is my latest Power Apps component: a highly customizable color picker component.
You will find all related instructions right here: UltimateColorPicker on GitHub
If you like it, please consider giving it a thumbs up!
If you have suggestions or if you find any issues, please do not hesitate to post them on GitHub (see link above).
Hope you'll enjoy it!
Emmanuel (Twitter: @R3dKap)
Just updated my Ultimate Color Picker component with the following new features and fixes:
I was able to reproduce your problem which, by the way does not exist in the application where I designed the component in the first place. The bug only appears when you import it elsewhere.
I've tried many different fixes but none worked. I came to realize that it is a Power Apps bug that overwrites the properties of some controls inside the component during the import process... 😠
So, I've updated my initial post to provide a temporary workaround. Please have a look at it at the top of this thread.
Thank you for reporting this to me. I hope this bug will be corrected soon.
Just wanted to let you all know, as explained in my original post, that the import bug has been fixed by the Power Apps team. So now, just import the MSAPP file to your applications and it will worked fine.
Thanks again for sharing this, saves a lot of time when I need custom colours to be selected and stored - I've imported it to my component library and I've made a few tweaks 😺
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