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

Definition

Sets the value of the IsPressAndHoldEnabled attached property on the specified element.

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

Parameters

enabled
Boolean Boolean Boolean Boolean

true to enable press and hold; false to disable press and hold.

Examples

The following example demonstrates how to enable press and hold on a Slider. This example assumes that there is a Slider called horizontalSlider1.

if (!Stylus.GetIsPressAndHoldEnabled(horizontalSlider1))
{
    Stylus.SetIsPressAndHoldEnabled(horizontalSlider1, true);
}
If Not Stylus.GetIsPressAndHoldEnabled(horizontalSlider1) Then
    Stylus.SetIsPressAndHoldEnabled(horizontalSlider1, True)
End If

Remarks

Press and hold maps to the right-click on a mouse. In Windows Vista, you can disable this behavior on elements if you foresee a situation where the user might hold the tablet pen down without intending to simulate a right-click.

Applies to