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Events

This section describes events associated with touch and gestures.

Note  Devices running Windows 7 do not support the following events.

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TopicDescription

MSContentZoom

Event fires when a user zooms the element.

MSGestureChange

Triggered when the finger positions associated with the interaction moves on the screen. It will also be triggered during inertia processing.

MSGestureEnd

This event fires when all associated contacts are removed from the surface, and any inertia related movements have stopped..

MSGestureHold

Fires when the user touches a surface and holds the position for an extended period of time.

MSGestureStart

Triggered when the screen is touched on a location over this element.

MSGestureTap

Triggers when user interaction of a touch, mouse click, or pen tap.

MSGotPointerCapture

Event that is fired when a pointer is captured to the element.

MSInertiaStart

Event fires once contact is removed when a move or pan has sufficient speed to continue moving.

MSLostPointerCapture

Event that is triggered when the element loses a pointer capture.

MSManipulationStateChanged

Event fires when the state of an element being manipulated has changed.

MSPointerCancel

Fires when the system cancels a pointer event.

MSPointerDown

Event that is triggered when a contact touches the screen on element.

MSPointerHover

Event that is triggered when a contact (normally a pen) moves over an element without touching the surface.

MSPointerMove

Event that is triggered when a contact moves on the screen while over an element.

MSPointerOut

This event is triggered when a pointer moves from inside to outside the boundaries of this element. This event is always raised, whether or not the pointer is captured to this element.

MSPointerOver

Event that is triggered when a contact moves from outside to inside the bounds of this element. This event is always raised, whether or not the pointer is captured to this element.

MSPointerUp

Event that is triggered when a contact is raised off of the screen over an element.

 

 

 

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