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InkCanvasSelectionResizing Event
 

Occurs before selected strokes and elements are resized.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Controls
Assembly:  PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)

public event InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler SelectionResizing
public:
event InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler^ SelectionResizing {
	void add(InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler^ value);
	void remove(InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler^ value);
}
member SelectionResizing : IEvent<InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler,
    InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventArgs>
Public Event SelectionResizing As InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventHandler

This event occurs after the user requests that a selection of strokes and/or elements be resized, but before the change is applied.

The event handler receives an argument of type InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventArgs that contains two properties: and . defines the boundaries of the selection before the resizing operation and defines the boundaries of the selection after the resizing operation.

After the strokes and/or elements are updated with the new size, the SelectionResized event is raised.

The following example prevents the user from making a selection smaller than its original size.

Rect selectionBounds;

// Don't allow the user to make the selection smaller than its original size.
void inkCanvas1_SelectionResizing(object sender, InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventArgs e)
{
    if (selectionBounds == null || selectionBounds.IsEmpty)
    {
        return;
    }

    double resizeHeight;
    double resizeWidth;

    // If the user made the height of the selection smaller, 
    // use the selection's original height.
    if (e.NewRectangle.Height < selectionBounds.Height)
    {
        resizeHeight = selectionBounds.Height;
    }
    else
    {
        resizeHeight = e.NewRectangle.Height;
    }

    // If the user made the width of the selection smaller, 
    // use the selection's original width.
    if (e.NewRectangle.Width < selectionBounds.Width)
    {
        resizeWidth = selectionBounds.Width;
    }
    else
    {
        resizeWidth = e.NewRectangle.Width;
    }

    // Create a the new rectangle with the appropriate width and height.
    e.NewRectangle = new Rect(e.NewRectangle.X, e.NewRectangle.Y, resizeWidth, resizeHeight);
}

// Keep track of the selection bounds.
void inkCanvas1_SelectionChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    selectionBounds = inkCanvas1.GetSelectionBounds();
}
Private selectionBounds As Rect

' Don't allow the user to make the selection smaller than its original size.
Private Sub inkCanvas1_SelectionResizing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As InkCanvasSelectionEditingEventArgs)

    If selectionBounds.IsEmpty Then
        Return
    End If

    Dim resizeHeight As Double
    Dim resizeWidth As Double

    ' If the user made the height of the selection smaller, 
    ' use the selection's original height.
    If e.NewRectangle.Height < selectionBounds.Height Then
        resizeHeight = selectionBounds.Height
    Else
        resizeHeight = e.NewRectangle.Height
    End If

    ' If the user made the width of the selection smaller, 
    ' use the selection's original width.
    If e.NewRectangle.Width < selectionBounds.Width Then
        resizeWidth = selectionBounds.Width
    Else
        resizeWidth = e.NewRectangle.Width
    End If

    ' Create a the new rectangle with the appropriate width and height.
    e.NewRectangle = New Rect(e.NewRectangle.X, e.NewRectangle.Y, resizeWidth, resizeHeight)

End Sub 'inkCanvas1_SelectionResizing


' Keep track of the selection bounds.
Private Sub inkCanvas1_SelectionChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs)

    selectionBounds = inkCanvas1.GetSelectionBounds()

End Sub 'inkCanvas1_SelectionChanged
.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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