I tried it before and it worked. I removed it and haven't used it for some time. I tried it again on the same app (same certificate and package name) and now writing won't work.
I simply followed the guide again like I did before. I put a delegate and a
on the PenDownHandler, PenUpHandler and PenMoveHandler and it won't print anything. But when I add a delegate to the PointerPressed, PointerReleased and PointerMove it prints something, so it actually detects events, but I think the events are being ignored by MathWidget.
At first in XAML there is an error:
Cannot deserialize metadata type list as 'AnimatedControl' was not found in namespace 'MyScript.Atk.MathWidget.Animations'
But the app still builds and runs. But when I stop the app and look at the XAML again the error is changed to:
Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component.
I found something consistent.
The widget works but when I close it and run it again from the IDE, it won't work. Then when I change the size of the window, it works. It happens every time I repeat these actions.
Widget works -> Close app -> Run from IDE -> Widget doesn't work -> Change size of window -> Widget works
Though I haven't tried it on another app because I don't want my free licenses to run out.
I created a new application in the ATK dashboard. Then I changed the package name of the app, then used a new cerificate... now it works even if the code wasn't changed. It HAS to be a bug with the ATK. But anyway, thanks for the help.
Are you sure this is not a bug from the ATK?
No, I am using Visual Studio 2015.
Thanks for the reply.
The messages in my console appeared on April 16. That was when my app showed a dialog saying my certificate is invalid. I already changed my certificate on that day. After changing, the dialog and the messages in the console stopped appearing. On I tried the widget after that and it didn't work. I also tried it in April 17 (yesterday), same thing. There are no console messages on April 17. This is proof that the console messages are not related to the problem.