@Mr-Dang-MSFT Thanks for your response. I do have the aspect ratio locked. Attached is a screenshot of the control settings.... this is baffling to say the least. In the PowerApps studio view it looks perfect and when the browser size is close to a tablet size it looks like an oblong shape (this is the preferred screen size I am designing for).
@danielleruns, I am a little confused about your situation. I understand you have a widescreen monitor. What I don't understand is why each screenshot is a little different with the header. Two screenshots look like they are in a mobile form factor while the third looks like it's in landscape.
Can you provide more context on each screenshot? Under what conditions did the screenshot appear like that?
I ask again--are you sure you have not unlocked the screen ratio for the app or tweaked any app settings?
@Mr-Dang-MSFT The reason the screen size looks different is because I am resizing my browser window to see what the app will look like on different sized screens (I am mainly designing for an iPad Mini sized tablets > Widescreen Monitors). Attached you will find my app settings and aspect ratio is locked.
@Mr-Dang-MSFT Ok, I think I had a cached version on my browser from when I had lock aspect ratio turned off (how it cached over multiple days, I don't know).
As long as I lock the aspect ratio it will keep it as a circle. Out of curiousity, is there a way to make the image circular if I DON'T want the aspect ratio locked?