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Can you please explain Minwidth and MaxWidth properties in Scroll viewer control

How scroll bar will behave based on minwidth and  maxwidth
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I think you are talking about the properties that are common to all FrameworkElements

Unlike Winforms, Elements (unless you define in XAML) doesn't have the Width and Height set (You will see NaN if you inspect those properties).

When the UI drawing itself, it asks each of each children for their desired sizes and each child asks it's children the same thing.

MinWidth means that the width of the scrollbar will not be less than the width you have define.
The same applies to MaxWidth, MinHeight and MaxHeight.

After the element is being measured, it's parent gets his desired size by a property called DesizedSize, and when the actual width and heights of the elements will be reflected at ActualWidth and ActualHeight.

It should not affect the behavior of the scrollbar, but you should not set the Min and Max sizes for the scrollviewer.

Let the content which inside it, and the UI that wraps the scrollviewer to decide the size of the scrollviewer.
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