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IncrementalHitTester Class

Dynamically performs hit testing on a Stroke.

Namespace: System.Windows.Ink
Assembly: PresentationCore (in presentationcore.dll)
XML Namespace:  http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation

public abstract class IncrementalHitTester
public abstract class IncrementalHitTester
public abstract class IncrementalHitTester
 This class is not typically used in XAML. 

The IncrementalHitTester dynamically determines whether the user "hits" a Stroke. This class allows you to provide immediate feedback to the user in situations such as selecting and erasing ink.

There are two classes that inherit from IncrementalHitTester:

The following table lists where to learn how to manage digital ink on a custom control.

To do this…

See this article

Create a control that collects digital ink

Creating an Ink Input Control

Create a control that enables the user to select ink

How to: Select Ink from a Custom Control

Create a control that enables the user to point-erase ink

How to: Erase Ink on a Custom Control

The following example demonstrates how to add points to the IncrementalHitTester when the user inputs data with the stylus. The example includes a StrokeHit event handler that erases the part of the Stroke that the user intersects. To create a control that allows a user to erase ink, see How to: Erase Ink on a Custom Control.


// Prepare to collect stylus packets. Get the 
// IncrementalHitTester from the InkPresenter's 
// StrokeCollection and subscribe to its StrokeHitChanged event.
protected override void OnStylusDown(StylusDownEventArgs e)
{
    base.OnStylusDown(e);

    EllipseStylusShape eraserTip = new EllipseStylusShape(3, 3, 0);
    eraseTester = 
        presenter.Strokes.GetIncrementalStrokeHitTester(eraserTip);
    eraseTester.StrokeHit += new StrokeHitEventHandler(eraseTester_StrokeHit);
    eraseTester.AddPoints(e.GetStylusPoints(this));

}

// Collect the StylusPackets as the stylus moves.
protected override void OnStylusMove(StylusEventArgs e)
{
    if (eraseTester.IsValid)
    {
        eraseTester.AddPoints(e.GetStylusPoints(this));
    }
}

// Unsubscribe from the StrokeHitChanged event when the
// user lifts the stylus.
protected override void OnStylusUp(StylusEventArgs e)
{

    eraseTester.AddPoints(e.GetStylusPoints(this));
    eraseTester.StrokeHit -= new
        StrokeHitEventHandler(eraseTester_StrokeHit);
    eraseTester.EndHitTesting();
}


// When the stylus intersects a stroke, erase that part of
// the stroke.  When the stylus dissects a stoke, the 
// Stroke.Erase method returns a StrokeCollection that contains
// the two new strokes.
void eraseTester_StrokeHit(object sender,
    StrokeHitEventArgs args)
{
    StrokeCollection eraseResult =
        args.GetPointEraseResults();
    StrokeCollection strokesToReplace = new StrokeCollection();
    strokesToReplace.Add(args.HitStroke);
   
    // Replace the old stroke with the new one.
    if (eraseResult.Count > 0)
    {
        presenter.Strokes.Replace(strokesToReplace, eraseResult);
    }
    else
    {
        presenter.Strokes.Remove(strokesToReplace);
    }

    
}


Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

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The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0

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