I am not able to reproduce the issue. Run my attached demo and click the ToolbarItem to remove items from the bound ObservableCollection.
If this demo doesn't help you identify the issue, please update the attached demo so that it reproduces it and reply back with the modifications so I can investigate further.
Also include the following information:
- UI for Xamarin
- Xamarin.Forms version
- Target iOS version (simulator or device?)
I recommend opening a Support Ticket here
and attaching your modified project. However, I see that you've never had a license for UI for Xamarin, so you won't be able to open a ticket as we use a per-developer license system. The developer who uses the product needs to be assigned to that license and is the one who can interact with Support system.
Are you using the product via your employer? This is a common scenario and we provide an easy way to handle it, the license owner can assign you as the Licensed User by going to the Manage Licensed Users portal.
It only takes about 30 seconds to make you the developer for the license, here are the steps:
1 - Go to the Manage Licensed Users portal
2 - Unassign the current Licensed User (this is likely the person who purchased it)
3 - Assign you as the Licensed User
: Don't worry about step #2, the company will retain ownership of the license and can re-assign the Licensed User at any time.
Once you're the licensed user, you can use UI for Xamarin and leverage the support package that comes with it.
Lance | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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