@sgoodwin I have a vertical stack view where I set isHidden on one of the views to show/hide it when the cell is first setup. This seems to work okay right up until I rotate and then i'm pretty sure it's reusing a cell that was previously taller, setting new content, and for whatever reason, constraints don't update or something maybe.. and it leaves the cell too tall.
@tgaul @sgoodwin I've tried things like setting content hugging priority to 1000 everywhere but it still seems to happen. Was it intermittent? Sometimes I have to scroll around and rotate the device 15-20 times before it'll mess up. I have no idea what exactly is triggering it - but probably something with cell reuse. Maybe.
@bigzaphod @sgoodwin Actually, now that I think about it more, I recall that it was happening when I had a horizontal stack inside the vertical stack. I had to change something about the setup of the horizontal stack to fix it. Of course, NSStackView and UIStackView are somewhat different, so it might not be the same issue on iOS (or you might not be using both like I was).
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