Floating label is not respect the border area

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I'm creating a form using angular material and using the mat-form-field with the appearance = "outline" property I'm having the image problem when the image loads and I click the input:

But when you click reload the page it is normally displayed as shown in this image:

I've identified that this problem occurs when I load the page for the first time or by reloading using ctrl + F5. This problem occurs with all inputs, including those that have a placeholder with only 3 letters and even without having an icon in the input as well.

Anyone know how I can adjust this?

Edit1 : follows the code of one of my inputs:

          <mat-form-field appearance="outline">
            <mat-label>Sobrenome</mat-label>
            <input matInput formControlName="sobrenome">
            <mat-error
              *ngIf="firstForm.controls['sobrenome'].hasError('required') || firstForm.controls['sobrenome'].touched">
              Informe um sobrenome válido!
            </mat-error>
          </mat-form-field>



          <mat-form-field appearance="outline">
            <mat-label>Data de nascimento</mat-label>
            <input matInput [matDatepicker]="picker" formControlName="dataNasc">
            <mat-datepicker-toggle matSuffix [for]="picker"></mat-datepicker-toggle>
            <mat-datepicker #picker></mat-datepicker>
            <mat-error
              *ngIf="firstForm.controls['dataNasc'].hasError('required') || firstForm.controls['dataNasc'].touched">
              Informe uma data de nascimento válida!
            </mat-error>
          </mat-form-field>

Check your code errors with ng s --aot, this happen because you have template code errors.

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you should not use an image instead use material icon like this blitzy

<mat-icon matSuffix>calendar_today</mat-icon>

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I resolved, I had erased the standard subject matter statement from the angular material, added it again, and no longer presented the problem. Thank you.

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  • Please update your question with a source code example of the HTML used to create one of the inputs.
  • added code, tnks
  • on this page I have no style added. I added the HTML of the image input too.
  • Can you try <mat-form-field [style.width.px]="300"> and see if that fixes it. I have a feeling this is a sizing issue.
  • did not work. Strange because after refreshing the page it works normally =(
  • I checked with this command but did not point to any errors in the template
  • Delete your label of your input and use the label as input placeholder instead.
  • this occurs in all inputs, including those with no icon =(
  • Maybe you have some styles that are causing this check if you can reproduce it on my blitzy link
  • I can not simulate the problem in blitzy = (