CompositeTransform Properties

Silverlight

The CompositeTransform type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone CenterX Gets or sets the x-coordinate of the center point for all transforms specified by the CompositeTransform.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone CenterY Gets or sets the y-coordinate of the center point for all transforms specified by the CompositeTransform.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Dispatcher Gets the Dispatcher this object is associated with. (Inherited from DependencyObject.)
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Inverse Gets the inverse of this transform, if it exists. (Inherited from Transform.)
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone Rotation Gets or sets the angle, in degrees, of clockwise rotation.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone ScaleX Gets or sets the x-axis scale factor. You can use this property to stretch or shrink an object horizontally.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone ScaleY Gets or sets the y-axis scale factor. You can use this property to stretch or shrink an object vertically.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone SkewX Gets or sets the x-axis skew angle, which is measured in degrees counterclockwise from the y-axis. A skew transform can be useful for creating the illusion of three-dimensional depth in a two-dimensional object.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone SkewY Gets or sets the y-axis skew angle, which is measured in degrees counterclockwise from the x-axis. A skew transform can be useful for creating the illusion of three-dimensional depth in a two-dimensional object.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone TranslateX Gets or sets the distance to translate along the x-axis.
Public property Supported by Silverlight for Windows Phone TranslateY Gets or sets the distance to translate (move) an object along the y-axis.
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