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Multi-touch in WPF 4 Beta 1

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Jaime Rodriguez sat down with Anson Tsao to discuss the new Multi-touch capabilities of WPF available in WPF 4 Beta 1.  Multiple inputs are exposed through existing and new input events, along with new manipulation and inertia events.

For instructions on how to download and install Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 and WPF 4 Beta 1 check out this episode of 10-4.


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  • Edward MoemekaMoemeka Me

    how do we use this in our beta WPF aplications.  Is there a special adorner we have to apply to the controls we want to be touch enabled? 

  • Hi Moemeka,


    To get it to work you set properties on the UIElements, for example, you can set the ManipulationMode="All" to listen to manipulation event and then listen to ManipulationDelta to handle the changes..


    On beta1, there is limited support for touch (no raw APIs)..  but manipultion is there and works OK.. If you need help, reach out to me for a sample.





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