In flow aproval center flow approval page buttons Approve, Reject, Comments at bottom of the page are not showing completely in IE and Edge,
but they are showing fine in chrome.
Can you please suggest how do we handle this in IE and Edge to show Approve, Reject buttons completely.
Attached the image which shows the Approve, Reject buttons are not visible completely at the bottom of the page.
Hi @ neerender,
I have made a test on my side and don't have the issue that you mentioned.
The screenshot of the button Approve , Reject in the Microsoft Flow approval page in the IE and Edge as below:
Could you please share a full screenshot of your Microsoft Flow approval page?
How many request are in your Microsoft Flow approval page?
Could you please take a try to clear browser cache to see if your problem could be solved.
Hi Alice Zhang,
Thanks for your response, Approve, and Reject buttons are seems fine now, but the "Confirm" button after approve/reject are not visible completely.
Have you had a chance to apply @v-yuazh-msft‘s recommendation to adapt your Flow? If yes, and you find that solution to be satisfactory, please go ahead and click “Accept as Solution” so that this thread will be marked for other users to easily identify!
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I'm seeing the same thing in IE and Edge (see https://www.screencast.com/t/bUEUtqClk - pardon the strange filmstrip deal running down the middle of the screen; my screen recorder [Jing] doesn't like my laptop's screen resolution). Very frustrating as I'm about to roll out several projects using Approvals to University Faculty, many of whom are overly critical of small glitches like this. Thankfully, the most critical of them typically use Chrome or Firefox, which don't exhibit this behavior. I've tried different adjustments - zooming in or out in the browser, changing the screen resolution and DPI/scaling, etc. - nothing seems to make a difference, and even if it did, telling faculty they need to make some esoteric adjustments to their screen or browser doesn't go well.
I find it telling that over half of the presenters I saw at Ignite last year, and most of the MS folks I've talked to about browser choice use Chrome over Edge. If MS wants people to use Edge, they need to make it work better, especially with their own applications and services.
The Confirm buttons in Approval center showing fine in Chrome, but not in IE and Edge.
Microsofot should support the IE and Edge for their own applications.
Im eagelry waiting for the solution/work around from microsoft.
FWIW, I was slightly incorrect, the Confirm button gets cut off in Firefox, also, unless the screen resolution is greater thant 1080 pixels tall. This seems like something that should be a relatively easy fix in CSS.
Yes, i uderstand this is easy fix with CSS, but the confirm button is on microsoft flow approval center page,
Do we have control on flow center approval page to update/implement the css?
@Anonymous, I think you took my comments the wrong way. I was not suggesting that you (or me, or anyone other than MS) fix this by means of a CSS hack. What I meant is that this should be a relatively easy thing for MS to fix since they have control of how that page renders and can apply an appropriate change to the CSS to make the confirm button visible regardless of browser.
Also, I find it ironic that the one browser in which the button is consistently visible is Google Chrome. Having spent the last 10 years supporting SP2010 and telling people NOT to use Chrome, I now have to tell them TO use it for "the best experience".
@ChadVKealey, thanks for your comments. yes i understood its consistanly visible in chrome.
It shoud be easy CSS fix, it would be great if MS fix this.
I'm not sure if we could customize this page and fix the issue by ourself, also it seems flow center url is unique for every organization with environments/[environment id].
Trying to understand if we could customize this page
Just a thought, @Anonymous / @Anonymous
Might sound silly but did you try zooming out? Hold CTRL and move mouse wheel. See the difference:
Yes @Dorul had tried that option. The confirm button becomes barely visible after zoom is reduced to 55%
So, to put the size in prespective, this is how it shows - not readable.
Hmm thats weird, I cant find other settings that might be related to this, as my printscreens are from Microsoft Edge. Also in IE, everything looks just fine.
I was wondering if anyone has a solution for this? We are experiencing the same issues with the Confirm button being pushed so far down that you can barely see the top. This will be a major issue with the new app that we are developing and want to push out soon.
To my knowledge, this issue still exists. It still boggles my mind that the problem only appears in Microsoft's own browsers, over which I have to assume they have complete control. I could even accept it if they said they weren't going to fix it in IE (we still have LOTS of people using it for legacy apps, unfortunately), but to not fix this issue with Edge, the browser they're trying to get everyone to use and love, is ridiculous. I'd say 60-70% of our population already use Chrome, Firefox or Safari, but that still leaves a lot of people facing this issue.