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Created attachment 20080 [details]
Trying to set up some Effects in NavigationPages inside a TabbedPage.
When I set up an Effect inside the NavigationPage's XAML, it doesn't get attached.
When I set up an Effect within the TabbedPage's XAML, it does.
This seems wrong.
Please see the attached example project that illustrates the problem. It's fully configured for iOS only but still illustrates the problem.
1. Run the app on iOS device/simulator.
2. Observe Debug output indicating that all NavigationPages had their Effects attached correctly.
3. In MyTabbedPage.xaml, comment out both the <NavigationPage.Effects> sections.
4. In MyNavigationPage.xaml, uncomment the <NavigationPage.Effects> section.
5. Run the app again and observe that the NavigationPage Effects are not applied.
Hey David, thank you for filing this! Let me run the attached project to try confirming the issue and I will update the report accordingly.
I was able to reproduce the issue described with the attached project on Forms 184.108.40.206 and 2.3.4-pre5. I am confirming this report so the team can investigate further and provide more information.