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Running on Windows, ScrollLayout with vertical orientation often does not allow all of the content to be scrolled into view. It seems that the height calculation is missing something, so the last items in the scroll layout cannot be scrolled into sight.
Created attachment 12315 [details]
Sample that demonstrates problem
I've attached a sample. To keep it short, I've cut down the number of items nested inside the ScrollLayout. This changes the user experience of the problem slightly, but the underlying issue is the same - that despite using Expand on the vertical options of the nested controls, the overall dimension of the data that should be scrollable does not seem to be conveyed all the way up the hierarchy. With the limited number of items, this results in clipping of the data. If the number of items is increased, it prevents scrolling to the end of the items.
I am not understanding what the expected behavior for the sample code is. Could you help by doing the following:
1. Confirm this is still an issue with Xamarin.Forms 2.0
2. Provide the steps to reproduce the behavior
3. Attach a screenshot of what you are seeing and explain what the expected behavior is.
I'll take a look and see if I might be missing something once you can provide these details.
Created attachment 15494 [details]
Screenshot showing problem
Please find attached screenshot showing problem still occurring on 126.96.36.19929
This screenshot is from a UWP build.
Changing status to NEW again after adding new attachment.
2.2.0 contains several fixes around ScrollView layout in Windows in particular. You can try testing this fixes or we will get around to it soon.