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Created attachment 10469 [details]
We have a report of an issue with Xamarin.Forms for iOS where there is a rendering error in the initial rendering for ViewCells where the height is not calculated properly. A sample has been provided that has been tested with 1.4.0 and 1.4.1-pre1. Navigating off the page (push) and returning results in a fixed rendering.
## Steps to reproduce
1. Download sample app
2. Run on iOS device or simulator
3. Press on of the options
4. Press 'back' button
## Expected results
Initial rendering for ViewCell fills and expands for the content.
## Actual results
Initial rendering for ViewCell does not expand height-wise
This isn't a sizing error. The user is not setting a Cell.Height for the ViewCell. Only ListView supports auto-sizing rows on iOS.