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It seems you can't disable scrolling on a ScrollView when using the Android APIs through a custom renderer. The ScrollView contains a StackLayout and is scrolling fine, completely ignoring the code below:
public class CustomScrollViewRenderer : ScrollViewRenderer
public override bool OnTouchEvent (MotionEvent e)
//return base.OnTouchEvent (e);
public override bool OnInterceptTouchEvent (MotionEvent ev)
//return base.OnInterceptTouchEvent (ev);
@Mohammed: Is ScrollViewRenderer a Xamarin.Forms type?
Could you please attach a complete sample and repro instructions?
Created attachment 10740 [details]
Yes, ScrollView is Xamarin Forms own, custom rendered to provide an option for disabling scrolling. You only need to run it on an Android emulator and you'll see the issue.
I don't think this is an issue anymore. If I return true from OnInterceptTouchEvent then scrolling is disabled.