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1. create a NSTableView in MonoMac.
2. let its datasource has 900000 rows and 2 columns, and just return a string "hello" for every column and every row.
No matter whether the NSTableView is cel-based or view-based.
3. build and run the application, scroll NSTableView to the last row.
You cannot scroll to the last rows, and it throws this error (CGAffineTransformInvert: singular matrix).
You can scroll to the last rows.
Note: If you build this in XCode directly, NSTableView supports almost un-limited rows.
Can you please post and example showing the problem?
I took this sample:
and made these changes:
and I can use Home / End to get to the beginning / end of the view with no crashes.
I update load a sample project here https://github.com/yingfangdu/SampleProject/tree/master/NSTableView
while in fact, I used your test project, and find that i can not even scroll the table content.
Please try mine. thanks.
This appears to be a limitation of 32-bit applications. I rebuilt your example in Unified Xamarin.Mac:
And I see the error if I swap it to 32-bit. However, when I move to 64-bit, everything works fine.
Since Xcode by default these days makes 64-bit applicants, it matches this behavior.
You'll need to move to Unified to build 64-bit applications.