Cannot get the method descriptor for the selector '_original_setCoordinate:'

lubendolubendo SKMember

Hello guys,

after last xamarin update I have this problem with my MKAnnotationView override:

ObjCRuntime.RuntimeException: Cannot get the method descriptor for the selector '_original_setCoordinate:' on the type 'SpeedTest.iOS.AndisMonitorAnnotation', because the selector does not correspond to a method

I need it for customizing map annotations in my project (called SpeedTest and the AnnotationView override is called AndisMonitorAnnotation.

Can you tell what is wrong? Thank you in advance!

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Answers

  • Samuel.4048Samuel.4048 USMember

    Hi,

    Did you find any solution for this issue ?

    Thanks

  • lubendolubendo SKMember

    Hi,
    unfortunatelly I did not. It only appeared on iPhone simulator so I started testing on a real device where this error did not appear.

  • JassimRahmaJassimRahma USMember ✭✭✭✭

    ha! I have the same error

    Cannot get the method descriptor for the selector 'oneSignalApplicationDidBecomeActive:' on the type 'Zeera.iOS.AppDelegate', because the selector does not correspond to a method

  • wjm110wjm110 Member

    I solved this by removing my public override void SetCoordinate method. Fortunately the base behavior was sufficient for me.

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