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Created attachment 362 [details]
Image for Exception
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Go to Start>>MonoDevelop.
2.Click MonoDevelop window.
3.Open .cs file.
4.Press ctrl+M+P keys from the keyboard.
Actual Result:Exception occurred when user press Ctrl+M+P keys.
Refer to the attached screenshot.
Expected Result:Exception should not be occurred.
Windows 7 (32 bit)
Created attachment 363 [details]
possibly a win32 gtk bug (cannot reproduce under MacOS by using keybindings for Print)
Is this simply a printing bug in Gtk on windows? Does invoking 'Print' from the monodevelop menu using the mouse have the same problem?
The print menu item had been disabled on Windows because it requires COM STA (there is another bug tracking non-working printing), however the command had not been disabled properly - it could still be activated from the keyboard shortcut. I fixed this soon after 2.8.4.
Actually, I think the fix made it into 2.8.4.
It is still occurring for MonoDevelop 22.214.171.124.
It is still occurring for MonoDevelop 126.96.36.199
Now the shortcut command for print (ctrl+M+P)option is not working.
Please suggest if we can close this issue.
As per comment, printing has been disabled on windows. This is expected behaviour.
As per the above comments, closing this issue.