Assembly: Microsoft.Xna.Framework (in microsoft.xna.framework.dll)
Represents no gestures.
The user briefly touched a single point on the screen.
The user tapped the screen twice in quick succession. This always is preceded by a Tap gesture.
If the time between taps is too great to be considered a DoubleTap, two Tap gestures will be generated instead.
The user touched a single point on the screen for approximately one second. This is a single event, and not continuously generated while the user is holding the touchpoint.
The user touched the screen, and then performed a horizontal (left to right or right to left) gesture.
The user touched the screen, and then performed a vertical (top to bottom or bottom to top) gesture.
The user touched the screen, and then performed a free-form drag gesture.
The user touched two points on the screen, and then converged or diverged them. Pinch behaves like a two-finger drag. When this gesture is enabled, it takes precedence over drag gestures while two fingers are down.
The user performed a touch combined with a quick swipe of the screen. Flicks are positionless. The velocity of the flick can be retrieved by reading the Delta member of GestureSample.
A drag gesture (VerticalDrag, HorizontalDrag, or FreeDrag) was completed. This signals only completion. No position or delta data is valid for this sample.
A pinch operation was completed. This signals only completion. No position or delta data is valid for this sample.