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Well when I call TranslateTo an scrollview on Xamarin.Forms, it's both ScrollX and ScrollY becomes 0.
yes - any invalidate does it. It makes this control utterly unusable. I even tried working around it with custom renderers; but like most forms code, you guys seal/hide the members necessary to do so.
This therefore needs to be fixed - there is no workaround.
Actually there is a workaround. Someone from SO suggested it. Put the scrollview inside a contentview than translate the contentview. Scroll indexes won't be becoming 0 anymore.
Unfortunately that workaround does not work for other cases where it occurs such as the size of the scrollview changing.
Similar to: https://bugzilla.xamarin.com/show_bug.cgi?id=43947
Is there an update on a fix for this issue?
Created attachment 24466 [details]
scrollview demo page
I'm not able to reproduce this on 184.108.40.2069-pre2.
Created attachment 24467 [details]
scrollview demo page
Apologies, I wasn't using TranslateTo. I see now it changes ScrollX/ScrollY to 0.
This appears to be iOS. Android behaves properly.
Hi David. Any update on this issue?
I can still reproduce it on 220.127.116.110. Suggested workaround doesn`t work for me. Thanks
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