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When using a binding project in a sample Xamarin.iOS project, a UIView does not show up as expected on a device, but it shows up properly when running in simulator. The code that displays the UIView on device is being called.
Step to reproduce:
1. Run the attached sample project, long press on a blank space
2. Select Rectangle on the quick menu
3. Drag to draw a rectangle
4. Click on the rectangle, on simulator, a bounding rectangle will show up,
It will fail to create the UIView on the device.
Xamarin Studio: 4.2.3
Where in the code is the UIView displayed?
It's called internally when long press in libTools.a.
Would it be possible to get the source code for libTools.a as well?
Please find the source code in attachment. Thanks.
The missing view is selectionRectContainerView in "AnnotEditTool" class and the actual drawing is in "ResizeWidgetView" class and "SelectionRectView" class.
Just an update on this issue. We just realized that the same problem occurs on our native iOS app for all A5 devices, but OK on A6 devices. We are looking into the problem. Thanks for your help!
Closing based on comment #10