The same effect can be observed with RadSegmentedControl as we use Android Entry internally.
The good news is that it seems resolved with the latest versions of Xamarin.Forms.
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Posted on:04 May 2020 12:14
I don't understand the answer, if the control specification is to limit the number of items and improve readability, and that horizontal scrolling is not welcomed,
Why do I see an ugly scrollbar on Android with only 2 items which are not cut off.
The horizontal scrollbar gets visible for 2 second then is hidden.
But why is it visible at first ? It makes no sense and there is no property at all to force it to get hidden like it's possible on scroll viewer.
Posted on:08 Nov 2018 11:49
We have reviewed the request and it seems such a feature contradicts with the control specification. Here are the requirements for segmented control on IPhone:
- Limit the number of segments to improve usability. Wider segments are easier to tap. On iPhone, a segmented control should have five or fewer segments (Source: https://developer.apple.com/design/human-interface-guidelines/ios/controls/segmented-controls/)
Taking this into account, I have updated the status of this item to "Declined".
We'd recommend using RadTabView component (https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/tabview/tabview-overview) in such scenarios.