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Joel_cactus
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Screen behavior acting strange.

I have an app that is used for commenting on data rows. The app works fine and posts as it should. The issue I'm having is the comment entry form. The first time I want to add a new entry, the form opens in an effective maximized form and does not show any entry fields. If I close the form (using the form cancel button) and reopen, everything is fine.

 

Here is what opens first:

initialScreen.PNGIncorrect Display

Here is what it should be:

correctForm.PNGCorrect Display

Any help would be appreciated.

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Joel_cactus
Level: Powered On

Re: Screen behavior acting strange.

Height was being driven by a variable that had not been set properly. 

The form needed to start off at that smaller size and expand if an option was selected. I changed from the variable to an if statement (only had one option to consider) and more or less hard coded the form size and that fixed it.

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Re: Screen behavior acting strange.

Hi @Joel_cactus ,

 

Could you please turn off the options as next screenshots shows in App settings->Advanced settings to test again?

20190417screensize1.PNG

20190417screensize2.PNG

 

More information:

set-aspect-ratio-portrait-landscape

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

Joel_cactus
Level: Powered On

Re: Screen behavior acting strange.

I can't turn off advanced rendering as I have components that would not be supported without the option selected which the dialog message tells me to remove.

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