The error is related to a scrollview in a scrollview element on the Quotes Details page. There’s a scrollview holding a ton of elements (that’s normal practice) BUT 1 of those elements is a dynamic list which holds a vertical scrollview within itself (that’s not normal practice).
This is where layout breakdowns occur in Dropsource and where things would also be janky if you coded the app yourself too. The “tough love truth” here is that it’s a poor design decision to place a scrollable element inside another same-direction scrollable element. You know those times in your own personal app uses, when you are in an app or site and 1 thing is scrolling but you, the user, want to the scroll the other thing instead that’s inside it… and it frustrates the heck out of you… you try to scroll from different areas of the same page hoping for the result you want… YUP, this is where bad design sits in a scrollable environment. The OS can’t determine what the correct expectation is because of element-specific rules in an area conflict with other element-specific rules or even page-specific rules.
We don’t compensate well for this because it’s something you actually don’t want to do. The error is basically saying, “We are trying to set up constraints for you here but things are colliding and we don’t know what to do”.
If I were you, I would break up the logic to 2 pages, 1 that has the list items and then when selected a new page has all the actions, etc…
I’m sorry to be the deliverer of bad news. No one wants me to say this but unfortunately, it’s a spot where I have to be a messenger of news telling you that your design isn’t following best practices for mobile applications and you’ll need to adjust things to a better UX workflow.