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@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?
Hi to all.
I've the same problem, in powerapps studio the image in circle is correct with radius equal width of image. But in mobile is not a circle, to have a correct circle in mobile the width must equal higth+15.
The allegated screenshot show the three case. The slider value correspond to radius(4 value) and higth and width of image.
I take all the screenshot from a galaxy tab a.