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Steps to reproduce:
1. Open or create iOS storyboard application in VS.
2. Open Mainstoryboard.storyboard file.
3. Click on storyboard surface area and go to Properties.
Actual Result: 'Global Tint' option is missing from Storyboard Document section. This is appearing in Xamarin Studio.
Expected result: 'Global Tint' option should display under Storyboard Document section like in Xamarin Studio.
Xamarin for VS 1.99.645
The global tint property is only available when displaying the storyboard on iOS 7, the screenshot shows that you are running on iOS 6.
I have checked it with both iOS 6 and iOS 7. I am seeing Global Tint for iOS7 while not seeing for iOS6.