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What is the purpose of the IsEnableHotTracking property of the DockingManager?

The IsEnableHotTracking property is a Boolean property that is used to enable and disable the MouseHover style that gives you different backgrounds for the selected DockPanel Header in the DockingManager.

When the IsEnableHotTracking property is set to True, the MouseHover Style is enabled for the selected DockPanel Header in the DockingManager.

When the IsEnableHotTracking property is set to False, the MouseHover Style is disabled for the selected DockPanel Header in the DockingManager.

The following is an example to show how the IsEnableHotTracking property of DockingManager enables and disables the MouseHover Style for the selected DockPanel Header using the Metro theme.

The following code example sets the IsEnableHotTracking property to True to enable the MouseHover Style for selected DockPanel Header of the DockingManager.

XAML

C#

Output

The following output shows how the MouseHover Style enable for the selected DockPanel Header of the DockingManager, when the IsEnableHotTrackingProperty is set to True.

 

Figure 1: IsEnableHotTrackingProperty set as True

The following code example is to set the IsEnableHotTracking property as False, to disable the MouseHover Style for selected DockPanel Header of the DockingManager:

XAML

C#

Output

The following output shows how the MouseHover Style is disabled for the selected DockPanel Header of the DockingManager when the IsEnableHotTracking property is set as False.

 

Figure 2: IsEnableHotTrackingProperty set as False

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control: .NET Framework: Product Version:
4648 04/21/2015 04/21/2015 WPF DockingManager 4.5.1 12.4.0.24
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