We are having an issue with Navigate (with 'none' animation effect) between screens containing galleries - as you can see on the gif below, it shows in a kind of overlapping way on the galleries before the new screen would be fully loaded. It happens only over galleries (where item source is a delegatedly filtered SPO list), and it works perfectly with 'classic' rendering.
Any tips on how it can be fixed with improved rendering is ON? We are fine with classic rendering also as soon as the 'improved' one is not forced, but I'm afraid the clock is ticking...
I don't observe this problem with my apps.
Same behavior in Chrome and FF, gallery is at top level of a non-scrollable screen. Problem got solved by re-creating the gallery in a new screen within the same app with the same setup, where it works properly. Weird enough but I let it go.
I have issues with the app restarting (or crashing) all the time. It may be more likely to happen when scrolling through large galleries and lists with 100-300 items, but sometimes it seems to happen randomly as well. There is no error so I can only guess the reason beyond this point. I found someone mentioning the improved rendeing is the cause. I have done some testing and indeed it seems to be much more stable and responsive now that I have disabled the improved rendering. We are running iOS 12.2 and PowerApps 3.19053.21
Will developers enforce the new rendering even when there are issues like this present? Anyone else experienced similar issues?
I have tried improving some of the forms and screens by pure speculation on what could be memory/cpu intensive, but it is a waste of time unless I have some hint as to what the cause is. There should be some error messages available to the app designers. Perhaps there already is, if so, where?
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