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Created attachment 17567 [details]
I'm not sure if this is how iOS works, but on iOS, setting element position to Center while scrolling moves scrollview out of place if the element is placed before the center of the screen. Similarly, the same happens if the last element(s) are placed after the center of the screen.
In contrast, Android seems more intelligent and does NOT scroll when it doesn't need to.
Steps to reproduce:
- Click on the first button on Android (does not scroll)
- Click on the 3rd or 4th button depending on device screen resolution (scrolls to center)
- Test it on iOS. Behaves differently.
there's indeed a mismatch between android and iOS, but I can't decide which style I like most :P
thanks also for the PR, it fixes the issue.
should be fixed in 2.3.4-pre1
I have checked this issue and observed that this issue has been fixed with 2.3.4-pre1.
Hence closing this issue.