ScrollChangedEventArgs.ExtentHeightChange Property

 

Gets a value that indicates the change in height of the ScrollViewer extent.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Controls
Assembly:  PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)

Public ReadOnly Property ExtentHeightChange As Double

Property Value

Type: System.Double

A Double that represents the change in extent height.

The following example shows how to get the value of the ExtentHeightChange property.

Private Sub sChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal args As ScrollChangedEventArgs)


    If (sv1.CanContentScroll = True) Then
        tBlock1.Foreground = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Red
        tBlock1.Text = "ScrollChangedEvent just Occurred"
        tBlock3.Text = "ExtentWidth is now " + args.ExtentWidth.ToString()
        tBlock4.Text = "ExtentHeightChange was " + args.ExtentHeightChange.ToString()
        tBlock5.Text = "ExtentWidthChange was " + args.ExtentWidthChange.ToString()
        tBlock6.Text = "HorizontalOffset is now " + args.HorizontalOffset.ToString()
        tBlock7.Text = "VerticalOffset is now " + args.VerticalOffset.ToString()
        tBlock8.Text = "HorizontalChange was " + args.HorizontalChange.ToString()
        tBlock9.Text = "VerticalChange was " + args.VerticalChange.ToString()
        tBlock10.Text = "ViewportHeight is now " + args.ViewportHeight.ToString()
        tBlock11.Text = "ViewportWidth is now " + args.ViewportWidth.ToString()
        tBlock12.Text = "ViewportHeightChange was " + args.ViewportHeightChange.ToString()
        tBlock13.Text = "ViewportWidthChange was " + args.ViewportWidthChange.ToString()

    Else
        tBlock1.Text = ""

    End If

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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