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Created attachment 12353 [details]
When accessing an item in a `NSTokenField` collection, it returns a `NSMutableString` opposed to `NSTokenField`. `NSTokenField` inherits from `NSTextField : NSControl`.
Steps to repro:
1) Run/launch sample Xamarin.Mac project (attached)
2) Add two names to either the top of bottom fields in the window
3) Click/drag one of the added names to the opposite field
Created attachment 12354 [details]
Screenshots of breakpoint showing issue
You are completely correct. This API is totally busted and never worked.
Fixed in master / 4f0c01e23844f6da63eb74d9d83b687b18a1bce8
Thanks for the complete repro example. It made fixing this a breeze.