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Plist settings are no longer stored in the csproj file so we should not show the editor in the project options. This implies that the settings there are stored in the csproj instead of the Info.plist file which is not true.
Michael, if this change makes sense to you I can trivially do it.
Your point is a valid one - we did initially do it that way. However, users expected to find the settings in Project Options, so we made it available there too. It's not ideal, but I think the compromise made sense in this case.