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Using the VS iOS Designer and adding an event handler for a button from the Properties -> Events menu a MT4117 error occurs at compile time. Double clicking the same button to add an event handler for Up Inside does not reproduce this issue.
## Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create an iOS project with a storyboard file.
2. Add a button to a view.
3. Go to the Properties menu for that button.
4. Go to the Events tab, and for the Up Inside event, type in an event handler name e.g. Test_Click
5. Save and build.
## Actual Results:
Error 1 MT4117:The registrar found a signature mismatch in the method 'TestApp.MainViewController.Test_Click' - the selector
'Test_Click' indicates the method takes 0 parameters, while the managed method has 1 parameters.
## Expected Results:
## Build Date & Platform:
## Additional Information:
If you double-click the control to add an event handler for TouchUpInside, it will work fine. The difference in the storyboard shows this:
When manually adding the event handler through the properties menu:
<action selector="Test_Click" ...>
When adding via double-clicking the control:
<action select="Test_Click:" ...>
The ":" is missing in the first.
This does not happen in Xamarin Studio.
I have tried this issue but I am unable to reproduce this issue.
Steps to reproduce this issue:
1. Create a iOS "Single View Application" on VS 2013.
2. Add a button on MainStoryboard.storyboard file.
3. Add an event to button (select button => on property menu => select Event tab => add handler for Up Inside event).
4. Save and build the project.
5. Project is building successfully.
Please let me know if I am missing anything?
Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2013
Version 12.0.21005.1 REL
Microsoft .NET Framework
Xamarin 18.104.22.168 (d3cf238e3845e930e312b6ec9b4c6c5437c33067)
Visual Studio extension to enable development for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android
Xamarin.iOS 22.214.171.124 (d3cf238e3845e930e312b6ec9b4c6c5437c33067)
Visual Studio extension to enable development for Xamarin.iOS
This should've been fixed weeks/months ago.
As per comment 1 and comment 2 closing this issue.