Provides data for the ManipulationInertiaStarting event.
Assembly: PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)
Gets the input device that initiated this event.(Inherited from InputEventArgs.)
Get or sets the rate of slowdown of expansion inertial movement.
Gets the rates of changes to the manipulation that occur before inertia starts.
Gets the container that the ManipulationOrigin property is relative to.
Gets or sets the point from which the manipulation originated.
Gets a collection of objects that represents the touch contacts for the manipulation.
Gets or sets the rate of slowdown of rotational inertial movement.
Gets or sets a reference to the object that raised the event. (Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.)
Gets the time when this event occurred. (Inherited from InputEventArgs.)
Gets and sets the rate of slowdown of linear inertial movement.
Cancels the manipulation.
Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.(Inherited from Object.)
Serves as the default hash function. (Inherited from Object.)
Specifies the behavior of a manipulation during inertia.
Returns a string that represents the current object.(Inherited from Object.)
You can use the TranslationBehavior, ExpansionBehavior, and RotationBehavior properties. Each property is a type of object that represents the inertial behavior and in each case, you can specify the following:object to specify the inertial behavior of a manipulation. You can specify the inertial behavior for each type of manipulation separately by using the
The initial velocity of the inertia when it begins.
The desired position of the manipulation when inertia ends.
The desired deceleration of the inertia.
You typically specify either the desired position of the manipulation when inertia ends or the desired deceleration of the inertia, but not both.
For more information about manipulations, see the Input Overview.
The following example shows the ManipulationInertiaStarting event handler and sets the desired deceleration for translation, expansion, and rotation that is used during inertia. This example is part of a larger example in Walkthrough: Creating Your First Touch Application.
Available since 4.0
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.