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Created attachment 15853 [details]
When I drag a Collection View Controller or a Collection View item to a View Controller in the iOS designer in Visual Studio, the position of the cell is completely different from what will actually be rendered in the simulator. I can't express how annoying and frustrating this is.
I am attaching some screen shots to show the issue. You can see that in story board the position of the cell is completely off. This gets even worst when you set the view controller to be a root of a navigation controller.
I really think this should be tagged with high severity, unless you guys can provide a workaround.
How to reproduce:
1. Launch Visual Studio
2. Open A xamarin.ios project
3. open a story board file.
4. drag a navigation controller into the scene and delete the default root controller. replace it with a collection view controller.
5. connect the root.
6. you need to implement the GetCell and GetItemCount to see the cells in the simulator.
I also created a custom class for the cell.
Visual Studio update 2
p.s: I did not try that in Xamarin Studio.
Thanks so much for taking the time to submit this report!
I’m unable to reproduce this issue using the latest Visual Studio 15.3 preview builds.
Please provide us with a sample project to help us reproduce this issue.
Because we have not received a reply to our request for more information, we are marking this issue as RESOLVED→NORESPONSE. If you are still encountering this issue on the latest Visual Studio 2017 Preview version 15.3, please don’t hesitate to reopen the ticket with the requested information.