Bug 5953 - MonoTouch.Dialog: Enabling ScopeButton on Search removes search events
Summary: MonoTouch.Dialog: Enabling ScopeButton on Search removes search events
Status: RESOLVED NOT_ON_ROADMAP
Alias: None
Product: iOS
Classification: Xamarin
Component: General ()
Version: 5.2
Hardware: All Mac OS
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Target Milestone: Untriaged
Assignee: Bugzilla
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Reported: 2012-07-02 17:53 UTC by Ian
Modified: 2012-07-04 09:09 UTC (History)
2 users (show)

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Description Ian 2012-07-02 17:53:05 UTC
I'm not sure if this is a bug.

In MonoTouch.Dialog enable the ScopeButton and wire up the Index Change event:

        UISearchBar sb = TableView.TableHeaderView as UISearchBar;
        sb.ScopeButtonTitles = new string[] { "Full Text".t(), "Titles".t() };
        sb.ShowsScopeBar = true;
        sb.SizeToFit();
        sb.SelectedScopeButtonIndexChanged += (sender, e) => {
            CreateRoot(sb.Text);
        };
Then over ride the Search Functions:

    public override void FinishSearch()
    {
        //do nothing, leave the UI 
    }

    public override void OnSearchTextChanged(string text)
    {
        CreateRoot(text);
    }

    public override void SearchButtonClicked(string text)
    {
         //Do nothing, leave the UI
    }
The result is that the OnSearchTextChanged never fires.

If you remove the follow lines, it fires and works just fine.

//Remove to re-enable SearchButtonClicked
sb.SelectedScopeButtonIndexChanged += (sender, e) => {
CreateRoot(sb.Text);
};
Comment 1 Rolf Bjarne Kvinge [MSFT] 2012-07-04 09:09:25 UTC
This is by design.

The issue is that events and overrides are implemented using a subclass of UISearchBarDelegate, but they're implemented using different subclasses, so you can't get both at the same time.

I believe the easiest way to do what you want to do is to get MonoTouch.Dialog from github yourself and modify SearchDelegate in DialogViewController to override SelectedScopeButtonIndexChanged and then do what you want in there.