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Created attachment 17053 [details]
On iOS, the Header and Footer of a ListView do not properly set their given margins when rendered. The right margin seems to be applied as additional padding and the top margin is ignored. The Header also ignores any left margin.
### Steps to Reproduce
1. Run the iOS project in the attached repro solution
### Expected Results
The Footer and Header will have identical margins as the list items.
### Actual Results
The Header and Footer margins are incorrect.
### Testing Info
Tested with Forms 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206-pre1
Just hit this one. Is there an update or workaround for this almost 1 year old bug?
This is still an issue in recent Xamarin.Forms builds.
Wrap your desired layout in an additional StackLayout, e.g.:
<ContentView x:Name="MainLayout" Margin="5">
<Label Text="Footer Label" />
### Version Tests