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Created attachment 4151 [details]
I'm using xamarin.iso indie version and xamarin studio to develop a small application. At begining, everything gos well, but after I add the search function which involves the UISearchDisplayController and UISearchDisplayDelegate, then I always get the application crash. everytime, if I search for the firs time, then it works, and the controller will be navigated back to the main controller, but when I go into the search controller again, the application will crash when I click on the button which will trigger the naviagation to search controller or when I input the search text on the search bar. The debugger doesn't pop up any exception or meesage, just disconected from the iPad. so I don't what's really wrong with my code.
Created attachment 4152 [details]
Can you create a test project we can reproduce this with?
This bug was targeted for a past milestone, moving to the next non-hotfix active milestone.
Hi Frank, we need a bit more info here to help you out if you're still experiencing the issue.
I'm going to resolve as a 'no response' for the time being, feel free to re-open with the requested details. Hopefully the issue was resolved for you already and you're happily hacking!