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@objorke It doesn't say in the release notes, but is #348 a part of 2015.1.707-alpha?
By the way, I figured out what was wrong with my references in my iOS project.
Once I uninstalled OxyPlot.Xamarin.Forms, and installed the new 707-alpha PR, it was for "some reason" (actually a very good one, which you'll see later) still referencing the Classic iOS OxyPlot.Xamarin.Forms API.
I was frustrated by this fact, since, when I created a new project, this was not an issue at all. This got me thinking.
Once upon a time, when I started my project, I was running Xamarin.Forms 1.2.3, and I have by now simply upgraded to the newest version (22.214.171.12496). I did some refactoring of my classes based on the post below, and thought that I was now running the Unified API:
Alas, upon further investigation, I found , that I had in fact NOT upgraded to the Unified API in my .csproj file:
I followed the steps, removed OxyPlot, re-installed the 707 OxyPlot.Xamarin.Forms PR from the NuGet Package Manager Console, whereafter everything worked.
I will create a post on my blog about this on my own site. I think it is critical information, which is not currently present anywhere.
You are of course also welcome to post it on the OxyPlot site, which, I think, will make the life easier for many others in the same situation as me.
I will update the post later today with more detailed information.
@Gaisuru Which platform are you targeting? You can always find a ton of examples in the link below for the different supported platforms:
There is even a folder dedicated to Annotations: