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On http://www.mono-project.com/GtkSharp:_Buttons , new Gtk# users will first of all get confused because the tutorial mentions a button with a mnemonic can be created by calling:
Button button1 = new ButtonWithMnemonic();
However, there is no ButtonWithMnemonic class, the call should read:
Button button1 = Button.NewWithMnemonic("Hello World");
Also (as seen above), that method is not an "argument-less constructor".
Futher down on the same page, the equally non-existant classes CheckButtonWithLabel and CheckButtonWithMnemonic are mentioned.
Sorry to reopen this, but now the text is saying
"After creating a button using its argument-less constructor"
where there is not a single argument-less call.
Also, on the same page, "new CheckButtonWithLabel" and "new CheckButtonWithMnemonic" are still mentioned even though they do not exist (should be "CheckButton.NewWithLabel" and "CheckButton.NewWithMnemonic", respectively).
If you prefer it like that, I can file each of these three issues as separate bugs.