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UIElement Events

The UIElement type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone DoubleTap Occurs when a DoubleTap gesture is committed while over this UIElement.
Public event DragEnter Occurs when the input system reports an underlying drag event with this element as the target.
Public event DragLeave Occurs when the input system reports an underlying drag event with this element as the origin.
Public event DragOver Occurs when the input system reports an underlying drag event with this element as the potential drop target.
Public event Drop Occurs when the input system reports an underlying drop event with this element as the drop target.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone GotFocus Occurs when a UIElement receives focus.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Hold Occurs when a Hold gesture is committed while over this UIElement.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone KeyDown Occurs when a keyboard key is pressed while the UIElement has focus.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone KeyUp Occurs when a keyboard key is released while the UIElement has focus.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone LostFocus Occurs when a UIElement loses focus.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone LostMouseCapture Occurs when the UIElement loses mouse capture.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone ManipulationCompleted Occurs when a manipulation and inertia on the UIElement is complete.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone ManipulationDelta Occurs when the input device changes position during a manipulation.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone ManipulationStarted Occurs when an input device begins a manipulation on the UIElement.
Public event MediaCommand Occurs when a button is pressed on a remote control.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseEnter Occurs when the mouse (or a stylus) enters the bounding area of a UIElement.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseLeave Occurs when the mouse (or the stylus) leaves the bounding area of a UIElement.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseLeftButtonDown Occurs when the left mouse button is pressed (or when the tip of the stylus touches the tablet) while the mouse pointer is over a UIElement.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseLeftButtonUp Occurs when the left mouse button is released (or the tip of the stylus is removed from the tablet) while the mouse (or the stylus) is over a UIElement (or while a UIElement holds mouse capture).
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseMove Occurs when the coordinate position of the mouse (or stylus) changes while over a UIElement (or while a UIElement holds mouse capture).
Public event MouseRightButtonDown Occurs when the right mouse button is pressed while the mouse pointer is over a UIElement.
Public event MouseRightButtonUp Occurs when the right mouse button is released while the mouse pointer is over a UIElement. However, this event will only be raised if a caller marks the preceding MouseRightButtonDown event as handled; see Remarks.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone MouseWheel Occurs when the user rotates the mouse wheel while the mouse pointer is over a UIElement, or the UIElement has focus.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Tap Occurs when a Tap gesture is committed while over this UIElement.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone TextInput Occurs when a UI element gets text in a device-independent manner.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone TextInputStart Occurs when a UI element initially gets text in a device-independent manner.
Public event Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone TextInputUpdate Occurs when text continues to be composed via an input method editor (IME).
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