Defines the rows of a grid. Child row elements define the individual rows to appear in the grid. Each child of a rows element should be a row element.
The rows element may be nested inside another rows element. The children of these nested rows are counted as normal rows as if they were part of the parent. However, nesting rows elements allows groups of rows to have a separate appearance such as a different border, or separate scrolling may be defined for these rows.
Non-row related elements placed inside a rows element occupy the full width of the grid and are placed in their corresponding positions between the rows.
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