OnSerializeNetworkView not being called


I had everything working fine in JavaScript then switched the player
controller to C# for the sake of having everything in the same
language. RPCs are still working fine.I have a NetworkView on my
gameObject, State Sync is set to off, Observed is set to the correct
script.I stripped down OnSerializeNetworkView to this :void
OnSerializeNetworkView(BitStream stream, NetworkMessageInfo info) {
Debug.Log("test");}To top it off, the exact same Javascript that was
working fine before now

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/>-[ABPerson beginLoadingImageDataForClient:]
/>

and passing as the argument an object which adopts
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/>-[<ABPersonClient> consumeImageData:forTag:] />

The approach I'm using works fine on Mountain Lion,
but fails on Snow Leopard. In particular,
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The following sample app command line program demonstrates my
approach:


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Is it possible to make sure all functions in
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but it didn't seem to
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I have a stored procedure that is called by a website to display
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less than a second to return.


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I had everything working fine in JavaScript then switched the player
controller to C# for the sake of having everything in the same
language. RPCs are still working fine.I have a NetworkView on my
gameObject, State Sync is set to off, Observed is set to the correct
script.I stripped down OnSerializeNetworkView to this :void
OnSerializeNetworkView(BitStream stream, NetworkMessageInfo info) {
Debug.Log("test");}To top it off, the exact same Javascript that was
working fine before now
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