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I have a DataGridView that displays information about a running script. I only keep the most recent 100 rows, removing row zero repeatedly. Under .Net, this is fine. Under Mono, the first time I remove row zero, it works. The second time and thereafter, an exception is thrown, stating that the index is out of bounds.
A second issue. Without removing any rows, I just put a few rows into the DataGridView, such that there are more rows than can be displayed. To see the bottom row, the vertical scrollbar thumb has to be moved to the bottom. Then I issue a Rows.Clear() command and the entire program shuts down and is no longer in memory. If I don't touch the scrollbar and leave it at the top, the DataGridView clears as expected.
Setting priority to lowest, since Windows.Forms is no longer being developed actively.
Fixed by the above commit.