ResourceContext.QualifierValues | qualifierValues property

Applies to Windows and Windows Phone

Gets a writable, observable map of all supported qualifiers, indexed by name.

Syntax


public IObservableMap<String, String> QualifierValues { get; }

Property value

Type: IObservableMap<String, String>

The map of qualifiers. Here are the possible string qualifier names that you can map to string qualifier values.

"Language"

This qualifier name can be mapped to a string value that represents the language, such as, "en-us" for United States English.

"Contrast"

This qualifier name can be mapped to one of these values:

"standard"
"high"
"black"
"white"
"Scale"

This qualifier name can be mapped to one of these values for scale of the display as a percentage:

"80"
"100"
"120"
"140"
"150"
"160"
"180"
"225"
"HomeRegion"

This qualifier name can be mapped to a string value that represents the region, such as, "021" for North America.

"TargetSize"

This qualifier name can be mapped to a string value that represents the size of the target, such as, "256".

"LayoutDirection"

This qualifier name can be mapped to one of these values:

"LTR"

Layout direction is left to right.

"RTL"

Layout direction is right to left.

"TTBLTR"

Layout direction is top to bottom and left to right.

"TTBRTL"

Layout direction is top to bottom and right to left.

"Configuration"

This qualifier name can be mapped to a string value that represents the configuration.

"AlternateForm"

This qualifier name can be mapped to a string value that represents the alternate form.

"DXFeatureLevel"

This qualifier name can be mapped to one of these values for the DirectX feature level:

"DX9"

Targets features supported by Direct3D 9.x.

"DX10"

Targets features supported by Direct3D 10.x.

"DX11"

Targets features supported by Direct3D 11.x.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2012

Minimum supported phone

Windows Phone 8.1 [Windows Runtime apps only]

Namespace

Windows.ApplicationModel.Resources.Core
Windows::ApplicationModel::Resources::Core [C++]

Metadata

Windows.winmd

See also

ResourceContext

 

 

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