Gets the property map that determines how setting properties on the WindowsFormsHost element affects the hosted Windows Forms control.
Assembly: WindowsFormsIntegration (in WindowsFormsIntegration.dll)
The Windows Forms and WPF technologies have two similar but different property models. Property mapping supports interoperation between the two architectures. For more information, see Windows Forms and WPF Property Mapping.
' The ReplaceFlowDirectionMapping method replaces the ' default mapping for the FlowDirection property. Private Sub ReplaceFlowDirectionMapping() wfHost.PropertyMap.Remove("FlowDirection") wfHost.PropertyMap.Add( _ "FlowDirection", _ New PropertyTranslator(AddressOf OnFlowDirectionChange)) End Sub ' The OnFlowDirectionChange method translates a ' Windows Presentation Foundation FlowDirection value ' to a Windows Forms RightToLeft value and assigns ' the result to the hosted control's RightToLeft property. Private Sub OnFlowDirectionChange( _ ByVal h As Object, _ ByVal propertyName As String, _ ByVal value As Object) Dim host As WindowsFormsHost = h Dim fd As System.Windows.FlowDirection = _ CType(value, System.Windows.FlowDirection) Dim cb As System.Windows.Forms.CheckBox = host.Child cb.RightToLeft = IIf(fd = System.Windows.FlowDirection.RightToLeft, _ RightToLeft.Yes, _ RightToLeft.No) End Sub ' The cb_CheckedChanged method handles the hosted control's ' CheckedChanged event. If the Checked property is true, ' the flow direction is set to RightToLeft, otherwise it is ' set to LeftToRight. Private Sub cb_CheckedChanged( _ ByVal sender As Object, _ ByVal e As EventArgs) Dim cb As System.Windows.Forms.CheckBox = sender wfHost.FlowDirection = IIf(cb.CheckState = CheckState.Checked, _ System.Windows.FlowDirection.RightToLeft, _ System.Windows.FlowDirection.LeftToRight) End Sub
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