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Rendering Difference with Dynamic Lists vs Normal Lists

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When rendering the same Item (PulseRow) explicitly we can see the background and edgeInsets both look as expected When doing so through a dynamic list the result is completely different.

Can someone explain this to me and how to address the issue?


List {
                    ForEach(pulses) { pulse in
                        PulseRow(pulse: pulse).listRowInsets(EdgeInsets())
                }.frame(maxWidth: .infinity, alignment: .center)

Fixed the issue but can someone explain why I can't utilize Dynamic Lists?


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