RangeBase.Maximum RangeBase.Maximum RangeBase.Maximum RangeBase.Maximum Property


Gets or sets the highest possible Value of the range element.

 property double Maximum { double get(); void set(double value); };
public double Maximum { get; set; }
member this.Maximum : double with get, set
Public Property Maximum As Double

Property Value

The highest possible Value of the range element. The default is 1.


RangeBase controls such as Slider and ProgressBar inherit the RangeBase properties. The following example shows a Slider that uses the Maximum property.

Slider hslider = new Slider();
hslider.Width = 100;
hslider.Orientation = Orientation.Horizontal;
hslider.IsSnapToTickEnabled = true;
hslider.Minimum = 1;
hslider.Maximum = 20;
hslider.TickPlacement = TickPlacement.Both;
hslider.TickFrequency = 2;
hslider.AutoToolTipPlacement =
Dim hslider As New Slider()
hslider.Width = 100
hslider.Orientation = Orientation.Horizontal
hslider.IsSnapToTickEnabled = True
hslider.Minimum = 1
hslider.Maximum = 20
hslider.TickPlacement = TickPlacement.Both
hslider.TickFrequency = 2
hslider.AutoToolTipPlacement = AutoToolTipPlacement.BottomRight
<Slider Name="slider1" 
        Orientation="Horizontal" HorizontalAlignment="Left" 
        IsSnapToTickEnabled="True" Minimum="1" Maximum="20" 
        TickPlacement="Both"  TickFrequency="2"


Slider overrides the metadata of this property and sets its default to 10. ProgressBar overrides the metadata of this property and sets its default to 100. For more information, see Dependency Properties Overview.

Dependency Property Information

Identifier field MaximumProperty
Metadata properties set to true None

Applies to