Graphics Manager Class
Provides access to the main buffered graphics context object for the application domain.
public ref class BufferedGraphicsManager sealed
public sealed class BufferedGraphicsManager
type BufferedGraphicsManager = class
Public NotInheritable Class BufferedGraphicsManager
The following code example demonstrates acquiring the BufferedGraphicsContext for the current application domain.
// Retrieves the BufferedGraphicsContext for the // current application domain. BufferedGraphicsContext^ appDomainGraphicsContext = BufferedGraphicsManager::Current;
// Retrieves the BufferedGraphicsContext for the // current application domain. BufferedGraphicsContext appDomainGraphicsContext = BufferedGraphicsManager.Current;
' Retrieves the BufferedGraphicsContext for the ' current application domain. Dim appDomainGraphicsContext As BufferedGraphicsContext = BufferedGraphicsManager.Current
The BufferedGraphicsManager class allows you to implement custom double buffering for your graphics. Graphics that use double buffering can reduce or eliminate flicker that is caused by redrawing a display surface.
This class has one static property, Current, which returns the main BufferedGraphicsContext for the current application domain. The BufferedGraphicsContext class creates BufferedGraphics instances that can be used to draw buffered graphics.
The BufferedGraphics class has no public constructor and must be created by the BufferedGraphicsContext object for an application domain using its Allocate method. You can retrieve the BufferedGraphicsContext object for the current application domain from the static BufferedGraphicsManager.Current property.
Gets the BufferedGraphicsContext for the current application domain.
Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.(Inherited from Object)
Serves as the default hash function.(Inherited from Object)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object)
Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.(Inherited from Object)
Returns a string that represents the current object.(Inherited from Object)