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Step to Reproduce:
1. Launch the Mono Develop and create a application.
2. Build the application then Run the application.
3. Click on cross button from the right top nave to stop the application execution.
Cross button to stop current build or application execution does not stop the application execution once the IOS simulator launched.
Application execution should be stopped when user click on Cross button to stop the execution.
Mono Develop - 2.8.1
Mono Framework - 2.6
a) seems to work here (app is killed, but not the simulator)
b) I hope you mean Mono Framework 2.10.6 ;-)
This is a feature. When debugging on the simulator we just kill the app instead of starting/stopping the simulator every time.
As per the above comments closing this issue.