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RangeSliderControl.GetThumbSelectedProperty always returns false

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105160 Sep 13,2012 04:41 AM UTC Sep 26,2012 06:36 PM UTC WPF 1
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Mark DeVol
Asked On September 13, 2012 04:41 AM UTC

I've been trying to use the GetThumbSelectedProperty method to determine when one of the thumbs on the RangeSliderControl is being dragged.  So far the 2 event methods (PreviewMouseLeftButtonDown and RangeChanged) I have called this method from always return false.  Is there some 'trick' to using this method or is it only viable at certain times?  Is there a better way to determine when a thumb (and which one) is being dragged?

Dinesh Kumar P [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 26, 2012 06:36 PM UTC

Query:  To determine when a thumb (and which one) is being dragged.


We have achieved this using simple sample attached with this forum.


In the sample we have used the property “SelectedThumb” to know which thumb is being dragged and the event ‘rangeSliderControl1_RangeChanged’ to know its value when dragged at runtime. The proprety ’SelectedThumb ’ is not available in our current version, this property will be included in our main release Volume 4 which will be available in October 2012.


Please let us know if you have any other queries.


P. Dinesh Kumar


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