Defines values that specify the attributes of an ink recognizer.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.Namespace: System.Windows.Ink.AnalysisCore
Assembly: IACore (in IACore.dll)
|No capabilities specified.|
|Ignores all other flags that are set.|
|Supports object recognition; otherwise, recognizes only text.|
|Supports free input, where ink is entered without the use of a recognition guide, such as a line or a box.|
|Supports lined input, which is similar to writing on lined paper.|
|Supports boxed input, where each character or word is entered in a box.|
|Supports character Autocomplete. Recognizers that support character Autocomplete require boxed input.|
|Supports handwriting input in right and down order, such as in western languages and some East Asian languages.|
|Supports handwriting input in left and down order, such as in Hebrew and Arabic languages.|
|Supports handwriting input in down and left order, such as in some East Asian languages.|
|Supports handwriting input in down and right order, such as in some East Asian languages.|
|Supports text written at arbitrary angles.|
|Supports returning a Lattice object as an alternative to String for handwriting recognition results.|
|Supports interrupting background recognition, such as when the ink has changed.|
|Supports that stroke order—spatial and temporal—is handled as part of the recognition operation. The InkAnalyzerBase does not reorder strokes before sending ink to the InkRecognizerBase.|
|Supports personalized handwriting, where the recognizer improves recognition when exposed to the same handwriting over time.|
|Supports an option available under the InkAnalyzerBase - of not rotating handwriting to a horizontal orientation before sending the ink to the InkRecognizer.|
|Indicates that the InkAnalyzerBase should send entire paragraphs of ink to the InkRecognizerBase, allowing the InkRecognizerBase instances to do the line breaking and word (or character) breaking.|
|Recognizes only one word or character per recognition operation. The InkAnalyzerBase performs segmentation on the handwriting and sends only one segment at a time to the InkRecognizerBase.|
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values. Use this enumeration to find an installed ink recognizer that supports the attributes you need.
The following example demonstrates the enumeration.
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003
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