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ELEMENT_CORNER enumeration

Indicates to the IHTMLEditHost::SnapRect method which handle or corner of an element a user has selected during an element resize or move operation.

Syntax


typedef enum _ELEMENT_CORNER { 
  ELEMENT_CORNER_NONE         = 0,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_TOP          = 1,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_LEFT         = 2,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOM       = 3,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_RIGHT        = 4,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_TOPLEFT      = 5,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_TOPRIGHT     = 6,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOMLEFT   = 7,
  ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOMRIGHT  = 8
} ELEMENT_CORNER;

Constants

ELEMENT_CORNER_NONE

The user has selected no corner or handle on the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_TOP

The user has selected the upper middle handle of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_LEFT

The user has selected the left middle handle of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOM

The user has selected the bottom middle handle of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_RIGHT

The user has selected the right middle handle of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_TOPLEFT

The user has selected the upper-left corner of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_TOPRIGHT

The user has selected the upper-right corner of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOMLEFT

The user has selected the bottom-left corner of the element.

ELEMENT_CORNER_BOTTOMRIGHT

The user has selected the bottom-right corner of the element.

Remarks

ELEMENT_CORNER_NONE indicates that a move operation is taking place. All others indicate a resize operation.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Mshtml.h

IDL

Mshtml.idl

 

 

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