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Created attachment 4480 [details]
the original drawable form the android sdk
Description of Problem:
Mono for android seems to be missing a default android drawable for a refresh button.
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. load an ImageButton or ImageView into a layout file and try to set the ic_menu_refesh-drawable as a source.
2. you can try to access it in your code (i suspect it would be Android.Resource.Drawable.IcMenuRefresh)
the drawable does not appear in the framework resources list and doesn't appear in the text completion suggestions drop down box and fully typing it gives an error.
Since this is a default drawable present in the Android framework, i expect it to be there
How often does this happen?
everytime (for this version at least)
I checked the resources in the original sdk and it is a drawable which has been consistently present since android 1.6
Where did you get that icon from? I can find any ic_menu_refesh resource in the Android SDK.