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Does scrollable panel UI containers have some hardcoded limit of rendered height?

Community Beginner ,
Apr 24, 2024 Apr 24, 2024

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I have managed to create a working scrollable container that gets it's height dynamically increased, but as soon as i dynamically populate content, it kind of not render more than ~90 rows of content. The script reports number of rows correctly, and even scroll scrolls the proper amount. However after these ~90 rows nothing is being displayed there. I have even tested if these rows are there, and the script sees them. They are just not displayed for some reason 😕

 

Trying to troubleshoot it, but cant find any information about some hard limits i might not know of. Do anyone know of such limits of panel area? Perhaps its not just height but the total area like width*height that after reaching some threshold is being cut off?

 

 

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Community Beginner , Apr 25, 2024 Apr 25, 2024

Ok. The solution to this hardcoded height limit of a container, is to create multiple required, shorter containers stacked vertically, and move each of them with the scrollbar. You welcome.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 24, 2024 Apr 24, 2024

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For some reason i cant edit the post.
Wanted to add, that its not the popular issue of content outside of initial visible area not being shown after scrolling. My content is scrolling alright, up to a point... It does show plenty of rows of content that wasnt visible at the initial visible area, only after scrolling. But i cant get to show more than ~90 lines.

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Apr 24, 2024 Apr 24, 2024

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Also a bit of troubleshooting, shows that indeed containers height doesnt increase anymore after a point:

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  This is result when i decrease rows spacing a little to see what happens. And here i caught the text being cut by the container's height.   

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 How to get aorund this issue of height not being increased beyond point?

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Ok. The solution to this hardcoded height limit of a container, is to create multiple required, shorter containers stacked vertically, and move each of them with the scrollbar. You welcome.

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Meaning: Moving all of them at once with single scrollbar with proper offsets. Why the hell I cannot edit my own posts here?

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