ToolTipService.InitialShowDelay Attached Property
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
XML Namespace: http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation
Property ValueAn integer value that represents the display delay time in milliseconds. The default value is MouseHoverTime in milliseconds.
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The value of the InitialShowDelay property is less than zero (0).
Typically, when a user moves the mouse pointer over an object that has a tooltip, there is a delay before the tooltip is displayed. This delay is equal to the value of the InitialShowDelay property. However, after a tooltip is displayed there is a period of time during which another tooltip can be displayed without waiting for the InitialShowDelay time to pass. You specify this time period by using the BetweenShowDelay property. When the user moves the mouse within this time period from one element that has a visible tooltip to another element that has a tooltip, the value of the InitialShowDelay property for the second tooltip is not applied and the second tooltip appears immediately.
<Ellipse Height="25" Width="50" Fill="Gray" HorizontalAlignment="Left" ToolTipService.InitialShowDelay="1000" ToolTipService.ShowDuration="7000" ToolTipService.BetweenShowDelay="2000" ToolTipService.Placement="Right" ToolTipService.PlacementRectangle="50,0,0,0" ToolTipService.HorizontalOffset="10" ToolTipService.VerticalOffset="20" ToolTipService.HasDropShadow="false" ToolTipService.ShowOnDisabled="true" ToolTipService.IsEnabled="true" ToolTipOpening="whenToolTipOpens" ToolTipClosing="whenToolTipCloses" > <Ellipse.ToolTip> <BulletDecorator> <BulletDecorator.Bullet> <Ellipse Height="10" Width="20" Fill="Blue"/> </BulletDecorator.Bullet> <TextBlock>Uses the ToolTipService class</TextBlock> </BulletDecorator> </Ellipse.ToolTip> </Ellipse>
|How to: Use the BetweenShowDelay Property|| |
This example shows how to use the BetweenShowDelay time property so that tooltips appear quickly—with little or no delay—when a user moves the mouse pointer from one tooltip directly to another.
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