ICorePointerRedirector ICorePointerRedirector ICorePointerRedirector ICorePointerRedirector Interface

Definition

Defines pointer events for cross-process input handling.

An implementation of the ICorePointerRedirector interface is provided by the CoreWindow class.

Input chaining refers to the interaction behavior of both a parent object (host) and a nested child object (component) when an input boundary is reached.

In a single process, chaining embedded (or nested) content is managed by the system (through Direct Manipulation).

For cross-process chaining, the pointer events defined in this interface provide input routing details.

public : interface ICorePointerRedirector
struct winrt::Windows::UI::Core::ICorePointerRedirector
public interface ICorePointerRedirector
Public Interface ICorePointerRedirector
Attributes

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10586.0)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v2)

Events

PointerRoutedAway PointerRoutedAway PointerRoutedAway PointerRoutedAway

Occurs on the process receiving input when the pointer input is routed to another process.

An implementation of the ICorePointerRedirector interface is provided by the CoreWindow class (PointerRoutedAway ).

PointerRoutedReleased PointerRoutedReleased PointerRoutedReleased PointerRoutedReleased

Occurs on all processes ever associated with, but not currently receiving input from, a pointer that fires a PointerReleased event on the current process.

An implementation of the ICorePointerRedirector interface is provided by the CoreWindow class (PointerRoutedReleased ).

PointerRoutedTo PointerRoutedTo PointerRoutedTo PointerRoutedTo

Occurs on the process not currently receiving pointer input when ongoing pointer input, for an existing pointer ID, transitions from one process to another.

An implementation of the ICorePointerRedirector interface is provided by the CoreWindow class (PointerRoutedTo ).

See also