Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(DependencyObject, Boolean) Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(DependencyObject, Boolean) Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(DependencyObject, Boolean) Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(DependencyObject, Boolean) Method

Definition

Gets the value of the IsFlicksEnabled attached property on the specified element.

public:
 static void SetIsFlicksEnabled(System::Windows::DependencyObject ^ element, bool enabled);
public static void SetIsFlicksEnabled (System.Windows.DependencyObject element, bool enabled);
static member SetIsFlicksEnabled : System.Windows.DependencyObject * bool -> unit
Public Shared Sub SetIsFlicksEnabled (element As DependencyObject, enabled As Boolean)

Parameters

enabled
Boolean Boolean Boolean Boolean

true to enable flicks; false to disable flicks.

Examples

The following example demonstrates how to disable flicks on a Canvas.

Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(canvas1, false);
Stylus.SetIsFlicksEnabled(canvas1, False)

Remarks

In Windows Vista, a flick, one of the possible system gestures, is a short, quick, straight stroke that can be mapped to a navigation or shortcut command. By default, flicks are disabled on the InkCanvas, InkPresenter, and ScrollBar. Flicks are enabled on all other controls.

Applies to