@Jason Are you aware of the firebase AccessToken issue and inability to reload anything?
I experienced a troubling issue with the new interface yesterday where deleting a row in the data editor tab also deleted the inline-list component that had been selected in the builder tab.
In the builder tab I was in select mode, clicked on an Inline List, clicked Edit Action to tweak an Add Row action, then clicked Save to leave the Actions page. I then switched to Play mode and clicked on a list item to trigger the action. To check the row that was added, I then switched to the Data tab and scrolled to the bottom. I found the row, checked the box next to it and pressed the Delete key on my keyboard. The row disappeared. I then switched back to the Builder tab and my Inline List was gone.
This inline list had a complex custom action that I then had to recreate again from scratch. I’m now more cautious when deleting rows and created a blank tab to switch to first. This is especially problematic when working with Glide Tables, otherwise I would simply delete in Google Sheets and resync.
Not quite sure if this is a bug with the new builder or not, but I’ve only noticed it since the update. I’ve noticed that if location services are not enabled by a user, a spinning wheel appears on tabs that use a Distance function.
In my app, for instance, a check in button is visible if the user is within a mile of the location, so on these pages the spinning wheel appears if location is not enabled. No wheel on pages without the check in button.
I am experiencing the same issue. Background overlay is missing and currently transparent. Experienced on Chrome and Safari browser
EDIT 2 : resolved Bah
This morning (UTC + 1) the problem is active again
So I don’t know if it’s an automatic backup or something else ??
I know I have fading vision, but hey anyway.
This is for all drop down.
Windows 10, Google Chrome, Dark Mode
Hi Ian - Are you still experiencing this issue? I’m having similar problems with User Location being almost nonfunctional.
It looks like this issue might be fixed - I’m no longer seeing the spinning wheel
I’m glad to hear.
I’m still experiencing some issues with engaging the user location function.
- The prompt for the user to accept location tracking doesn’t appear;
- The user location is found on first clicking if the location button. However, on second click, the location is not zoomed into a closer geo-location. Instead, the geo-location zooms right out to an undefined location.
- Upon a third click of the location button, the location disappears altogether and does not return…
Super strange and frustrating…
I have experienced the same on the map view in my app actually. Using safari on iOS.
I finally found the display bug in the editor.
A right click modifies the display of the drop-down menus.
A while back I suggested that the data source selection be added to the name of the component. I am very glad to see this suggestion has been implemented.
I was so glad that I decided to see it work in action. Here is the listing of components for a page in my app:
With the last two items, the first one seems to work:
But, the second one doesn’t seem to have worked:
This happens when you double click to edit the component name but don’t change it. It’s very annoying
Data Bug ( @Mark )
Some information, like for Relation, Lookup does not display correctly on first use.