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In the Visual Studio iOS Designer, the Properties pad always display Priority at the last value set (with a default of 0). If you set it to something else, it will save to the selected constraint, but it will now display that new value for all future constraints selected until changed again.
Additionally, thought it may be a separate issue, when you double-click the constraint's line on the Designer surface, edits to the Priority there do not get persisted.
1. New project: iOS > Universal > Single View App
2. Open Main.storyboard
3. Drag out a View Controller
4. Drag a Button into the controller from 3
5. Set any constraint on the button (e.g., trailing to controller trailing)
6. Select the constraint
7. [first issue] Priority in the Properties pad will display 0 with the slider bar at 1000
8. Double-click new constraint's line in the Designer surface
9. Edit constraint Priority to any value (e.g., 750)
10. [second issue] Click away and reselect constraint (Priority will still actually be 1000, but display as 0)
Fixed in version 220.127.116.11 (master)
Author: Alan McGovern
Commit: 54f0efd5dc6957b120171dcb675ed9cca8a2f1f4 (xamarin/md-addins)
Included in Commit: 3af6c156070c2a50a10ae2d234b7e50868d45d14 (xamarin/XamarinVS)