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Created attachment 15588 [details]
Inspector log (useless)
I created a WPF application, and started a debug session without changing any code. I am using VS2015 Enterprise v4.6.01531 with Xamarin Inspector v0.7.0.0. My debug session starts appropriately and the blank WPF window appears. When I press the Inspector button, my application and Visual Studio both stop responding until I kill the vshost process. When I kill the process, the debug session ends, and I am not able to inspect my application. The standalone Workbook application runs just fine and I'm able to interact with no problems.
Is the WPF application you're inspecting 32-bit or 64-bit?
I have seen this behavior before when trying to inspect 64-bit WPF applications.
I have tried it as both x86 and Any CPU (I'm on a 64-bit OS), with the same behavior both times. I haven't made any code changes to the project or anything like that. Not sure if it's worth mentioning that I'm on Windows 10, as well.
I believe this is fixed in the upcoming 0.7.2 as part of my fix for bug #37134.