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IsClippedToBounds is not working on Android when children of the element are resized. You can try it by simply putting an image inside an AbsoluteLayout and enlarging the image on OnSizeAllocated override of the page.
I tried wrapping the AbsoluteLayout in a ContentView and it did not work.
The only thing that worked was after wrapping the AbsoluteLayout inside a ContentView, adding the following in the ContentView's custom renderer:
public override void Draw(Canvas canvas)
Trying the same for AbsoluteLayout did not work.
IsClippedToBounds works fine on iOS.
One addition to the workaround I mentioned above: You have to make sure that the contentview has a background (even though it is transparent) for it to work.
Let me try to reproduce this issue with the information provided before I confirm the report. However this may be a duplicate of or related to bug 54425.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 54425 ***