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On iOS, creating a Label with a large text property and placing it inside a ScrollView does not render on iOS, and is invisible.
This only occurs on a physical device and not in the simulator (tested on iPhone 5S iOS 10.3)
The ScrollView is still scrollable.
Using a custom font causes the App to crash without a stack trace, presumably due to running out of memory, but does not trigger the UIApplication willTerminate/memoryWarning methods.
Included is a test project which recreates it on the device.
Created attachment 24194 [details]
Also tested against the 2.3.6-nightly build, although the nightly does appear to stop the app from terminating.
I should clarify that the terminating is only when setting a custom font on the label, without setting it I cannot get it to terminate either