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Created attachment 3433 [details]
Unknown Resolve Error
It seems that Xamarin Studio incorrectly highlights some types as invalid even though the assemblies containing those types were just added via Components. Restarting Xamarin Studio fixes this problem.
Steps to duplicate:
1. Add a new component to an existing Mono for Android project in Xamarin Studio. In this case I added Xamarin.Social
2. Declare an instance variable that uses that type, for example:
private readonly Service _twitterService = new TwitterService
ConsumerKey = "",
ConsumerSecret = ""
3. Notice that `Service` is highlighted as an error. However, Xamarin Studio is able to compile the project no problem. The application will also deploy and run on a device.
Attached a screenshot of the problem.
Created attachment 3434 [details]
Unknown Resolve Error gone
Closed down Xamarin Studio, and then reopened the solution. Notice now that the "Unknown Resolve Error" is no longer happening.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1077 ***