Collection. Remove(Visual) Method
public: void Remove(System::Windows::Media::Visual ^ visual);
public void Remove (System.Windows.Media.Visual visual);
member this.Remove : System.Windows.Media.Visual -> unit
The visual objects that follow the removed object are shifted to occupy the vacated position, and their index values are updated. If
null, the first
null entry is removed. Note that removing a
null entry is linear in the size of the collection.
If you need greater low-level control over the underlying storage implementation of visual child objects, consider using the AddVisualChild and RemoveVisualChild methods. When you use these methods, you define your own storage implementation, and do not use VisualCollection.