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Created attachment 25588 [details]
Example XAML that displays the issue.
I have a CarouselView inside of an AbsoluteLayout. It is the only element within the AbsoluteLayout. This AbsoluteLayout is the only element of a ContentPage which has NavigationPage.HasNavigationBar="false"
When the CarouselView displays in portrait orientation on the device, it is moved slightly down, seems around 10 units to me. It's definitely the CarouselView as setting the background for the Absolute layout makes this background stick out in the gap. This does not occur in landscape orientation.
Created attachment 25589 [details]
Screenshot of the issue
The current CarouselView package is not being maintained. Please refer to this implementation: https://github.com/xamarin/Xamarin.Forms/pull/853