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InkPicture.SupportHighContrastInk Property

InkPicture.SupportHighContrastInk Property

Gets or sets a value that specifies whether ink is rendered as just one color when the system is in High Contrast mode.

Definition

Visual Basic .NET Public Property SupportHighContrastInk As Boolean
C# public bool SupportHighContrastInk { get; set; }
Managed C++ public: __property bool* get_SupportHighContrastInk();
public: __property void set_SupportHighContrastInk(bool*);

Property Value

System.Boolean. Whether ink is rendered as just one color when the system is in High Contrast mode.

This property is read/write.

trueDefault. All collected ink is rendered as Color = System.Drawing.SystemColors.WindowText Leave Site.
falseInk is rendered in the color in which it was originally collected.

Exceptions

ObjectDisposedException Leave Site:

Remarks

This property changes the way ink renders when the system changes to High Contrast mode.

Real-time ink application uses the SystemColors.WindowText Leave Site property when the system is in High Contrast mode and the SupportHighContrastInk property is true, but the inherent color of a stroke made under these conditions remains unchanged. For example, if the Color property of the DefaultDrawingAttributes property of the InkPicture object is set to Color.Blue Leave Site, the WindowText Leave Site property is set to Color.White Leave Site, and the system is in High Contrast mode, then a newly drawn stroke appears white but the actual stroke color is still Blue Leave Site if queried. For more information about this behavior, see the DrawingAttributes.Color property.

Examples

[C#]

This C# example sets the SupportHighContrastInk property of an InkPicture control, theInkPicture, to false so that ink is always drawn in the color it is collected.

theInkPicture.SupportHighContrastInk = false;

[VB.NET]

This Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET example sets the SupportHighContrastInk property of an InkPicture control, theInkPicture, to false so that ink is always drawn in the color it is collected.

theInkPicture.SupportHighContrastInk = False

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