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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open X.S.
2. Open AnimatingViews application.
3. Migrate to Xamarin.mac
4. Debug/run application.
5. Application launches successfully
Issue 1: (Select Column radio button)
On adding more than 8 squares, squares are added successfully but we are not able to see the newly added squares as there is no Horizontal scroll bar appearing to show them.
Issue 2: (Select Row radio button)
On adding more than 18 squares, square are added successfully but we are not able to see the newly added squares as there is no Vertical scroll bar appearing to show them.
Issue 3: (Select Grid radio button)
On adding more than 64 squares, squares are added successfully but we are not able to see the newly added squares as there is no Horizontal and Vertical scroll bar appearing to show them.
Issue 4: (Select Grid radio button)
Observe that all the controls are shown overlapped on the Grid of Squares.
X.S 4.0 -da7ef84fcf8a5391b862209406be69b2303b6d55
ML 10.8.1 and Lion 10.7.4
This sample works as expected. They are rendered off screen because you have added so many squares. The sample is useful for users trying to implement similar animated functionality in Cocoa, not a full application with much intended usefulness.