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It seems that when you override AccessoryButtonTapped() in a UITableViewSource class, the function never gets called.
This is happening in two of my projects, but the best example I can offer is from the Xamarin site:
Select "CellAccessoryTable.zip" - http://docs.xamarin.com/@api/deki/files/2424/=CellAccessoryTable.zip
Run this project and you'll see that it never executes the code in this function, no matter where you tap on the table:
public override void AccessoryButtonTapped (UITableView tableView, NSIndexPath indexPath)
new UIAlertView("DetailDisclosureButton Touched"
, tableItems[indexPath.Row].Heading, null, "OK", null).Show();
I wasn't aware that AccessoryButtonTapped() is only called when the accessory type is UITableViewCellAccessory.DetailDisclosureButton. So this is not a bug.