Pointer. Get Character Rect(LogicalDirection) Method
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public: System::Windows::Rect GetCharacterRect(System::Windows::Documents::LogicalDirection direction);
public System.Windows.Rect GetCharacterRect (System.Windows.Documents.LogicalDirection direction);
member this.GetCharacterRect : System.Windows.Documents.LogicalDirection -> System.Windows.Rect
Public Function GetCharacterRect (direction As LogicalDirection) As Rect
One of the LogicalDirection values that specifies the logical direction in which to find a content bounding box.
TextElement edges are not considered content for the purposes of this method. If the TextPointer is positioned before a TextElement edge, the return value is a bounding box for the next non-TextElement content in the specified direction. If there is no content in the specified direction, a zero-width Rect is returned with a height matching the height of any preceding content.
The operation performed by this method depends on a valid layout. When necessary, this method attempts to automatically regenerate a valid layout before proceeding with the operation. Regenerating a layout can be a relatively expensive operation. Use the HasValidLayout property to check for a valid layout before performing operations that may regenerate the layout. For more information, see Layout.