Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler) Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler) Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler) Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler) Method

Definition

Removes the specified focus-changed event handler.

public:
 static void RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(System::Windows::Automation::AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler ^ eventHandler);
public static void RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler (System.Windows.Automation.AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler eventHandler);
static member RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler : System.Windows.Automation.AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler -> unit
Public Shared Sub RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler (eventHandler As AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler)

Parameters

Remarks

The following example code shows a focus-changed event handler being added and removed.

AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler focusHandler = null;

/// <summary>
/// Create an event handler and register it.
/// </summary>
public void SubscribeToFocusChange()
{
    focusHandler = new AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(OnFocusChange);
    Automation.AddAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(focusHandler);
}

/// <summary>
/// Handle the event.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="src">Object that raised the event.</param>
/// <param name="e">Event arguments.</param>
private void OnFocusChange(object src, AutomationFocusChangedEventArgs e)
{
    // TODO Add event handling code.
    // The arguments tell you which elements have lost and received focus.
}

/// <summary>
/// Cancel subscription to the event.
/// </summary>
public void UnsubscribeFocusChange()
{
    if (focusHandler != null)
    {
        Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(focusHandler);
    }
}
Private focusHandler As AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler = Nothing


''' <summary>
''' Create an event handler and register it.
''' </summary>
Public Sub SubscribeToFocusChange()
    focusHandler = New AutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(AddressOf OnFocusChange)
    Automation.AddAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(focusHandler)

End Sub 'SubscribeToFocusChange


''' <summary>
''' Handle the event.
''' </summary>
''' <param name="src">Object that raised the event.</param>
''' <param name="e">Event arguments.</param>
Private Sub OnFocusChange(ByVal src As Object, ByVal e As AutomationFocusChangedEventArgs)

End Sub 'OnFocusChange

' TODO Add event handling code.
' The arguments tell you which elements have lost and received focus.

''' <summary>
''' Cancel subscription to the event.
''' </summary>
Public Sub UnsubscribeFocusChange()
    If (focusHandler IsNot Nothing) Then
        Automation.RemoveAutomationFocusChangedEventHandler(focusHandler)
    End If

End Sub 'UnsubscribeFocusChange

Applies to

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