Yes. It is called Monodevelop. It is quite a bit like Visual C# Express except it runs on Linux and uses mono instead of .NET. It also comes with some Linux specific docs such as how to use gtk#, called gtk-sharp, which is a C-Sharp binding for GTK+ for gnome. If you are going to design accessible apps for Linux you need to use the gtk-sharp API so that the Orca screen reader can use the software you create.

Chris Hallsworth wrote:
Is there an accessible IDE for the Ubuntu platform that uses Mono as its framework?

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