Assembly: PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)
Typically, controls are composited such that the various elements inside the control (the ) will all report the mouse state for the containing control. For example, a ListBox style control will report as true if the mouse is anywhere over its geometry, including any ListBoxItem.GTMT
If this element captures the mouse, this property remains true until mouse capture is lost and the mouse pointer leaves the element bounds.
Some controls deliberately capture the mouse on certain actions that do not appear to directly involve the mouse. This can lead tobeing true even though the mouse has not apparently moved.
Legacy Code Example
The following example references this property as the property type of a Trigger, part of a <Style.Triggers> block. If the mouse is over the control, the control text turns blue and the cursor becomes a hand.Code snippet is not found. Confirm that the code snippet name 'ListViewCheckBox' is correct.
Available since 3.0