ScrollingHandler Element

Defines common scrolling input behavior for a UI object.

Syntax

<ScrollingHandler
    GesturePanEnabled="{true | false}"
    HandleDirectionalKeys="{true | false}"
    HandleHomeEndKeys="{true | false}"
    HandleMouseWheel="{true | false}"
    HandlePageCommands="{true | false}"
    HandlePageKeys="{true | false}"
    HandlerStage="{Bubbled | Direct | Routed}"
    IsPanning="{true | false}"
    IsPanningInertia="{true | false}"
    MaximumOutOfBoundsPanAmount="int"
    OutOfBoundsElasticity="float"
    ScrollingData="ScrollingData element"
/>

Attributes

GesturePanEnabled

Specifies whether panning gestures are enabled on the handler.

HandleDirectionalKeys

Specifies whether to handle the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT keys.

HandleHomeEndKeys

Specifies whether to handle the HOME and END keys.

HandleMouseWheel

Specifies whether to handle the mouse wheel.

HandlePageCommands

Specifies whether to handle the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN commands.

HandlePageKeys

Specifies whether to handle the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys.

HandlerStage

A member of the InputHandlerStage enumeration indicating the stage in the event handling process when the event will be handled.

This value should be Direct (the default) if the scroller does not contain focusable content. It should be Bubbled when using focus-based scrolling to interact with the child items of the scroller.

IsPanning

Indicates whether the user is panning.

IsPanningInertia

Indicates whether the user is panning due to inertia.

MaximumOutOfBoundsPanAmount

The maximum amount the user is able to pan outside of the boundary. When this this threshold is reached, panning is terminated and the ScrollingHandler moves back to the relative edge.

OutOfBoundsElasticity

Indicates the the amount of resistance to apply when panning outide and away from the panning boundaries.

ScrollingData

Specifies a reference to a ScrollingData element that provides information to the handler.

Requirements

Platform: Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Home Premium, and later

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