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Description of Problem:
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. Create a inner class and declare a few private fields in the outer class
When typing, the intellisense does not offer those fields of outer class
the intellisense does offer those fields of outer class
How often does this happen?
I'm using MD 220.127.116.11 on Windows 8 RP along with Mono for Android
I think, to be exact, the correct terms are nested class and enclosing class. but I think you get the idea
The fields are not accessible - maybe that's why ?
static int test2;
void Inner ()
In Inner test2 is in the list - test is not. But that's correct. If I misunderstood something - can you provide an example file ?