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Created attachment 13762 [details]
Sample App - BlankProject.zip
Appears that when using a ListView with multiple Entry fields, the Listview scrolling and reuse can jumble up the Keyboard types.
Screencast - *See Private Comment Below*
Sample App - *Attached Above* BlankApp.zip
Code Snip - https://gist.github.com/mattregul/c84ce11ee9996aa514b9#file-keyboard-xaml
**Steps to Reproduce:**
Run the Sample App - *Attached Above* BlankApp.zip
Scroll down to Keyboard in the MasterDetail menu
Scroll up and down on the page a few times
After Reuse occurs, some of the entry fields will produce the wrong keyboard type
At times the wrong keyboard type is displayed for the entry field
ex: Email for a normal Text field.
Correct keyboard type every time
**Build Date & Platform:**
Build Versions - https://gist.github.com/mattregul/c84ce11ee9996aa514b9#file-customer-details-txt
There's a workaround. Put the follwing in a custom renderer's OnElementChanged
var viewKeyboard = e.NewElement.Keyboard;
Control.AutocorrectionType = viewKeyboard == Keyboard.Text ? UITextAutocorrectionType.Default : UITextAutocorrectionType.No;
if (viewKeyboard == Keyboard.Email)
Control.KeyboardType = UIKeyboardType.EmailAddress;
else if (viewKeyboard == Keyboard.Numeric)
Control.KeyboardType = UIKeyboardType.NumberPad;
else if (viewKeyboard == Keyboard.Telephone)
Control.KeyboardType = UIKeyboardType.PhonePad;
else if (viewKeyboard == Keyboard.Url)
Control.KeyboardType = UIKeyboardType.Url;
Control.KeyboardType = UIKeyboardType.Default;
Hi Christian, thank you for your attention.
Your workaround works perfectly.
I'm not able to reproduce this on iOS using 220.127.116.119-pre2