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    FlowBox: Explain how to avoid inflated min size · 26104a30
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    along the orthogonal orientation. It seems a FlowBox on its own can only
    handle being shrunk along its main orientation. The orthogonal requests
    a huge min size – reserving what it would need if the main orientation
    got its min size, which would flow all children in 1 line orthogonally.
    Adding it to a ScrolledWindow (any policy) enables free shrinking, so
    size_allocate() can reflow how users in this situation probably expect.
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