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Power Apps List Gallery template size(list item) auto height

Using a flexible height gallery and trying to set the template size to an auto height label in the template plus a contstant.  It appears that the height is set on the item row after the row which had the taller label.  The Template size function is

Label4.Height + 5

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CMee
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Re: Power Apps List Gallery template size(list item) auto height

I'm guessing you are using a rectangle for the dividing blue line between gallery items. Is it's Y property set to reference the height of the label (i.e. Label1.Y+Label1.Height) so that it remains at the bottom of the gallery item? If it is just set to a static number then it won't move down with the text and make it look like the item beneath it is the one increasing in height.
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CMee
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Re: Power Apps List Gallery template size(list item) auto height

I'm guessing you are using a rectangle for the dividing blue line between gallery items. Is it's Y property set to reference the height of the label (i.e. Label1.Y+Label1.Height) so that it remains at the bottom of the gallery item? If it is just set to a static number then it won't move down with the text and make it look like the item beneath it is the one increasing in height.
Powerless
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Re: Power Apps List Gallery template size(list item) auto height

Thanks for the response.  Yes you are correct.  I changed the Y coordinate of the seperator to the height + # of the expanding label.

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