IXRTextElement::SetFontStretch (Compact 2013)
This method sets a value that indicates how much a font is condensed or expanded on the screen.
virtual HRESULT STDMETHODCALLTYPE SetFontStretch( __in XRFontStretch FontStretch ) = 0;
[in] XRFontStretch enumerated type that indicates how much the font is condensed or expanded on the screen.
Returns an HRESULT that indicates success or failure.
Font stretch describes how much a font form is stretched from its usual aspect ratio. The aspect ratio is the original width-to-height ratio specified for the glyphs in the font. The font stretch value applies to fonts that exist in a font family. It does not cause programmatic stretching of glyphs.
Note The value of FontStretch might not be used for the font stretch during rendering because of font fallback. (For information about font fallback, see the Remarks section in IXRTextBlock::GetFontFamily). For example, if the font stretch XRFontStretch_ExtraExpanded is specified, but XRFontStretch_Normal is the closest font stretch available, the value of pFontStretch is still XRFontStretch_ExtraExpanded.
When you use this method in the derived class IXRRun, specifying a different font stretch value for a <Run> element in the source XAML for your application overrides this top-level setting.
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