Why is my BrowserView class being ignored?

I made a BrowserView with a custom template for 'view' of a content type, but it is being ignored as if it doesn't see it.

I have a content type, MyEventType that implements IEvent for marker purposes. It also is assigned in my.product.myeventtype.xml the IEventBasic behavior.

In myeventtype,py:

from plone.app.contenttypes.interfaces import IEvent
from Products.Five import BrowserView
from plone.directives import form

class IMyEventType(form.Schema):
    """Interface for IMyEventType"""

class IMyEventType(Interface):
    """implements IEvent"""


class View(BrowserView):

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

    def render(self):
        return self.index()

    def __call__(self):
        return self.render()

In configure.zcml:


In my view template:

<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en"
         <metal:main fill-slot="content-core">
             <metal:content-core define-macro="content-core">
                <div tal:replace="structure provider:plone.abovecontenttitle" />
                <div tal:replace="structure provider:plone.belowcontentbody" /> 

When I try viewing the template, it uses the default one. I tried a print statement in the call and render functions, as well as init, but none of the print statements were called. I event tried appending /view in the url to see if that worked and it did not.

I'm sorry that similar questions were asked, but I had something like this working before and I can't figure out what's wrong. I got this method of assigning the template to View before with other content types I've created. What am I doing wrong?
I am using Plone 4.3.

Edit: I thought I found the solution, but I didn't. I accidentally assigned the view template to the edit form. So I still don't understand what is causing the problem.

Edit: I was wrong. I was accidentally trying for name="edit" by accident. So I still do not understand what is causing the problem.

I figured it out. There was an issue with another view being assigned in the xml that acted as a modified replicate of the default view. I fixed that and it worked. So it was an issue with the xml and not the browserview class or the configure.zcml, but an issue with the 'default_view' parameter.