Identifies the various parts of a selection adorner on an InkCanvas.
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
The lower middle handle of the selection adorner.
The lower left handle of the selection adorner.
The lower right handle of the selection adorner.
The middle handle on the left edge of the selection adorner.
No part of the selection adorner.
The middle handle on the right edge of the selection adorner.
The area within the bounds of the selection adorner.
The upper middle handle of the selection adorner.
The upper left handle of the selection adorner.
The upper right handle of the selection adorner.
The following example demonstrates how use HitTestSelection to determine whether to create a DataObject to initiate drag and drop. To implement drag and drop between two InkCanvas objects, see How to: Drag and Drop Ink.
Private Sub InkCanvas_PreviewMouseDown(ByVal sender As Object, _ ByVal e As MouseButtonEventArgs) Dim ic As InkCanvas = CType(sender, InkCanvas) Dim pt As Point = e.GetPosition(ic) ' If the user is moving selected strokes, prepare the strokes to be ' moved to another InkCanvas. If ic.HitTestSelection(pt) = InkCanvasSelectionHitResult.Selection Then Dim selectedStrokes As StrokeCollection = _ ic.GetSelectedStrokes() Dim strokesToMove As StrokeCollection = _ selectedStrokes.Clone() ' Remove the offset of the selected strokes so they ' are positioned when the strokes are dropped. Dim inkBounds As Rect = strokesToMove.GetBounds() TranslateStrokes(strokesToMove, -inkBounds.X, -inkBounds.Y) ' Perform drag and drop. Dim ms As New MemoryStream() strokesToMove.Save(ms) Dim dataObject As New DataObject _ (StrokeCollection.InkSerializedFormat, ms) Dim effects As DragDropEffects = _ DragDrop.DoDragDrop(ic, dataObject, DragDropEffects.Move) If (effects And DragDropEffects.Move) = DragDropEffects.Move Then ' Remove the selected strokes from the current InkCanvas. ic.Strokes.Remove(selectedStrokes) End If End If End Sub 'OnMouseDown
Available since 3.0