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Launch XCode by double clicking on a Storyboard item in MonoDevelop MonoTouch project. XCode launches and starts Indexing files. Often the Indexing never completes and the only way to get back to MonoDevelop is by Force-Quitting XCode. This causes work done in XCode to be lost.
If indexing is disabled, when XCode is launched from MonoDevelop you lose the ability to edit code-behind file and cant add outlets.
sadly, there's nothing we can do about bugs in Xcode :-\
we are considering writing our own storyboard designer, though.