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On UWP, using XF 188.8.131.52779, the Button drawn as a result of the following code does not have curved "corners". It is as if the BorderRadius is ignored. Values of 6 or greater work, values less than 6 don't.
Button btnPutFocusOnEntry = new Button
BorderColor = Color.Red,
BorderWidth = 1,
BorderRadius = 5,
Text = "Put focus on Entry"
The UWP ButtonRenderer doesn't change its properties if they are set to the default values. The default value of BorderRadius is 5, so if you set the ButtonRadius to 5, it has the same effect as not changing it.
This is obviously not ideal.
Starting with https://github.com/xamarin/Xamarin.Forms/pull/1570, the ButtonRenderer will see the default value of -1 instead of 5, so you'll be able to set your BorderRadius (or CornerRadius, if you update to the non-deprecated property) to 5 and actually see a difference.
I don't know why 60966 has been added as a "Depends on" item. It has no relevance in the situation in which I encounter 60736.
Should be fixed in 2.5.0-sr4. Thanks!