Specifies how manipulations are handled for ScrollViewer behavior.
Assembly: System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)
|Controls handle their own interactivity and have access to property updates and manipulation events available for the ScrollViewer they are contained in.|
|The system controls the level of interactivity, limiting the frequency of property updates and manipulation events available to controls contained in a ScrollViewer control.|
Silverlight for the desktop
Do not use for a Silverlight for the desktop application.
Silverlight for Windows PhoneIn Windows Phone OS 7.1, the enumeration enables you to specify how most of the property updates and events associated with scrolling a ScrollViewer are handled. You can specify that the system will handle the manipulations or that you will handle the manipulations at the control level. In most cases, to ensure smooth scrolling, you should let the system handle the manipulations, which is the default behavior.
For a list of the operating systems and browsers that are supported by Silverlight, see Supported Operating Systems and Browsers.