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Menu Picker gets pushed up by keyboard although there is .ignoresSafeArea modifier

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When having a menu picker like below and applying the .ignoresSafeArea(.keyboard) modifier the picker "button" gets pushed up a little by the keyboard.

Video: https://imgur.com/a/iEfawIr

import SwiftUI

struct ContentView: View {
        @State var text = ""
        @State var selection = ""
        let foo = ["a","b","c"]
        @FocusState var focus
        var body: some View{
            GeometryReader{_ in
                ZStack{
                    Color(UIColor.systemGray6)
                    ScrollView{
                        VStack{
                            TextField("title", text: $text)
                                .focused($focus)
                                .border(.orange)
                            Spacer()
                        }
                        .frame(maxWidth: .infinity, maxHeight: .infinity)
                    }
                    overlayInZStack

                }
            }
            .ignoresSafeArea(.keyboard, edges: .bottom)      // here applied
        }

        var overlayInZStack: some View {
            VStack{
                Spacer()
                HStack{
                    Button("focus"){
                        focus = true
                    }
                    Menu(content:{
                        Picker(selection: $selection, label:
                            EmptyView()
                        , content: {
                            ForEach(foo,id:\.self){f in
                                Label(f, systemImage: "house")
                                    .tag(f)
                            }
                        })
                        Picker(selection: $selection, label:
                            EmptyView()
                        , content: {
                            Label("test", systemImage: "plus.circle.fill")
                                .tag("test 1")
                        })
                    },label:{
                        Image(systemName: "house")
                            .padding(10)
                            .background(Circle().foregroundColor(.red))
                            .border(Color.red)
                    })
                    .border(Color.orange)
                }
                .border(Color.green)
            }
            .border(Color.black)

        }
}

   

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