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ModifierManipulationInertiaStartingArgs Class Members
Properties  Methods 


The following tables list the members exposed by ModifierManipulationInertiaStartingArgs.

Public Constructors
 NameDescription
Public ConstructorModifierManipulationInertiaStartingArgs ConstructorOverloaded.   
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Public Properties
 NameDescription
Public PropertyHandledGets or sets whether this event is Handled. If true, no further modifiers will be informed of the mouse event and mouse events will cease bubbling and tunnelling (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierEventArgsBase)
Public PropertyIsMasterIf True, then this mouse event occurred on a master ChartModifierBase. Used to process which modifier was the source of an event when multiple modifiers are linked (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierEventArgsBase)
Public PropertyManipulationOriginGets the point from which the manipulation originated. (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierManipulationArgs)
Public PropertyManipulatorsGets a collection of Manipulators which represent the touch-points in this manipulation operation (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierManipulationArgs)
Public PropertySenderThe sender of the Manipulation event (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierManipulationArgs)
Public PropertySourceIn the case where e.Master is true, this returns the instance of the master chart modifier (Inherited from SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers.ModifierEventArgsBase)
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Public Methods
 NameDescription
Public MethodCancelCancels the manipulation and promotes touch to mouse events.  
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Extension Methods
 NameDescription
Public Extension MethodToEnumerable<T>Yields a single item, converting it to System.Collections.IEnumerable.
Public Extension MethodToStringArray2D<T>
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See Also

Reference

ModifierManipulationInertiaStartingArgs Class
SciChart.Charting.ChartModifiers Namespace

 

 


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