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Created attachment 12629 [details]
Sample project displaying the crash
I have a simple contentpage with a standard listview bound to a viewmodel with an observablecollection<string>.
When i add 100 items to the collection, and run the app from a WP8.1 runtime project the listview is working fine.
When I add 250 items, the app is crashing with the message "Layout cycle detected. Layout could not complete."
I have tested it with both XF 1.4.4 and 1.5.0. This behavior is only seen in the WP runtime variant, the silverlight variant is working fine with the 250 items.
I have attached the sample project with both the working variant in silverlight and the crashing one in runtime.
I have encountered the same behavior in WP8.1 and XF 1.5.0
The collection works with a ViewCell up to 116 items. At 117 items the exception "Layout cycle detected" occurred.
Should be fixed in 1.5.2-pre2
I have scrollview as child of a relativelayout and an absoluteLayout as content of this scrollview.
If I add several objects to the absolutelayout, on WP8.1 I receive this error:
Layout cycle detected. Layout could not complete.
I have xamarin forms v.22.214.171.12492-pre1 (I have the same problem also on XF 126.96.36.19990).