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The Toolbar Icon defined in a page assigned to MasterDetailPage.Master doesn't show in landscape mode when using a Tablet. Instead, a back button is shown.
See the attached screenshots.
Steps to Reproduce
1. Run the attached sample on an Android tablet simulator/device.
2. Rotate to Landscape
The icon only appears properly in portrait mode.
In landscape mode, a back button is shown instead.
The icon "menu.png" should appear both in portrait and landscape mode.
Build Date & Platform
Device: Nexus 9, Android 6.0.1
It works as expected on phones.
Possibly related bugs:
"MasterDetail.Detail Icons don't appear in Toolbar while in Landscape on Tablets"
Related forum threads:
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Xamarin Studio project that reproduces this issue
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This is fixed if using the latest version with AppCompact support.
I m uploading your sample with the fixed version.
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Fixed sample using AppCompact Support
Why did you define "FormsTheme" in styles.xml? It isn't used anywhere.
There is a new problem now. The content of the navigation drawer (the Master page) is drawn in a way that it overlaps the content of the Android status bar.
See the attached screenshot. (I have changed the background color to Red so it's easier to see.)
Do you know how to fix this?
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The content of the navigation drawer (the Master page) is now drawn in a way that it overlaps the content of the Android status bar.
Hi robert, maybe you can add a padding to the master page?
Of course, but isn't there a better, cleaner solution?
I have checked this issue with the XF 188.8.131.52-pre4 and I am still getting same behavior as mentioned in the bug description.
This issue doesn't seems fixed to me, so as of now I am reopening this issue.
Please let me know that If I am missing something.
You should use the AppCompact version
The original issue appears to be resolved when using the AppCompat backend. Marking this issue as resolved.