I was able to duplicate this by adding a Text Editor object to the view-as-list form and turning on the Pop-Up Editing option (which makes it act like a Panorama 6 data cell). I’m going to ponder what the solution for this might be, but for now the temporary solution would be to turn this option off. You can select all of the Text Editors on a form at once and turn off the option with for all of them for one click.
If it seems like there are a bunch of View-As-List problems, it seems that way to me also. I think the reason is that until recently, Panorama X didn’t include View-As-List at all and I wasn’t going to include it. This feature was only added a few months ago. All of the students in the class had probably gone thru their databases and changed View-As-List forms into Matrix forms, because I told them they had to. So they probably aren’t using or testing View-As-List forms very much.
You may think the idea of leaving out View-As-List forms is crazy, but before coming to that conclusion you should watch this video – “Text List & Matrix Roadmap”. Personally I don’t think I’ll ever use a view-as-list form again. (The video about 20 minutes and is free. The audio on this particular video is a bit subpar, sorry about that.)