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MouseGesture.Modifiers Property

 
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Gets or sets the modifier keys associated with this MouseGesture.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Input
Assembly:  PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)

public ModifierKeys Modifiers { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System.Windows.Input.ModifierKeys

The modifier keys associated with this gesture. The default value is None.

Unlike a KeyGesture, a MouseAction does not have to be paired with ModifierKeys in order to be a valid MouseGesture.

ModifierKeys is a bit field enumeration, so it is possible for multiple modifier keys to be pressed at the same time. Use bit operations to determine the exact set of modifier keys pressed.

<object Modifiers="oneOrMoreModifierKeys"/>

oneOrMoreModifierKeys

One or more modifier keys, defined by the ModifierKeys enumeration, delimited with a "+" character.

The following example shows to create a MouseGesture and associate it with a RoutedCommand through a MouseBinding.

MouseGesture OpenCmdMouseGesture = new MouseGesture();
OpenCmdMouseGesture.MouseAction = MouseAction.WheelClick;
OpenCmdMouseGesture.Modifiers = ModifierKeys.Control;

MouseBinding OpenCmdMouseBinding = new MouseBinding();
OpenCmdMouseBinding.Gesture = OpenCmdMouseGesture;
OpenCmdMouseBinding.Command = ApplicationCommands.Open;

this.InputBindings.Add(OpenCmdMouseBinding);

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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