I would like to ask if its possible to add a scrollbar inside the formula bar. As App Markers build larger more complex formulas, we're forced to expand the formula bar by dragging the corner to navigate the formula or copy and paste the formula in unsupported tools. This causes a headache as these tools do not support PowerApp syntax and we only have so much room to drag the formula bar. Having a scroll bar would help when navigating the formula. I love how PowerApps provide intellisence/suggestions within the formula bar, but at times this causes an issue. This usually happens when you interact with something that has options or PowerApps perceives there is an option. I have a few other examples of reasons to have a scrollbar if you would like to talk through them.
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Submitted on07-19-201804:51 AMSubmitted bytismon07-19-201804:51 AM
When you create a large (long) SharePoint customized form using powerapps, and browse directly to the form (i.e. https://<tennant>.sharepoint.com/sites/<site>/Lists/<list>/NewForm.aspx) , it's almost impossible to scroll to the bottom of the form in Safari on a iPhone. The reason being is that the form is displayed in a iFrame, and essentially it creates TWO vertical scroll bars in the browser - one for the entire SharePoint page, and one for the form. Unless the user selects the CORRECT spot to scroll the form, they cannot scroll to the bottom of the form - they can only scroll so far as the height of the SharePoint page, which seemingly gives the impression that they can't scroll to the bottom of the form. It's only when they scroll INSIDE the iFrame that they can get to the bottom. Steps to replicate the issue: 1. Create a new SharePoint list, with lots of columns 2. Choose "Customize Forms" from the PowerApps menu on the list. 3. In PowerApps, "File > App Settings" and change the dimensions of the form to 350x812 4. Publish the form 5. Browse directly to the new item form via a desktop browser, i.e. https://<tennant>.sharepoint.com/sites/<site>/Lists/<list>/NewForm.aspx. Note that you'll see that there are TWO scroll bars (why?) on the page. Two scroll bars - Desktop 6 . In Chrome, browse directly to the new item form via a desktop browser, i.e. https://<tennant>.sharepoint.com/sites/<site>/Lists/<list>/NewForm.aspx and hit F12, select "Toggle Device Toolbar", and then select "iPhone X". Note the double scrollbars issue is still present. Using the mouse, scroll in the middle of the page to simulate what a user would be doing with their thumb (i.e. so that the LEFT HAND scroll bar is being moved up and down). You can't scroll to the bottom of the form, unless you try scrolling in a different area. Two scroll bars on small screen - causes scrolling issues 7. On a physical iOS device that has a smaller screen, such as a iPhone SE, using Safari browse to https://<tennant>.sharepoint.com/sites/<site>/Lists/<list>/NewForm.aspx . It is even harder to scroll to the bottom of the form. Scroll issue in iOS
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Submitted on09-19-201810:42 AMSubmitted byRomansxon09-19-201810:42 AM
We need a feature to immobilize columns in the datatable control... Itried a workaround to accomplish this with a scrollable canvas control nested in a gallery but can't nest the canvas in the gallery and most important cant achieve to the scrollable canvas scrolls horizontal instead of vertical.We need datacards that adds to the right. not above... So we need some solution to get this behavior that is very important mostly in phone apps when width screen is tight
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