CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource.WetStrokeCompleted Event

Definition

Occurs after the InkPresenter stops processing an ink stroke (WetStrokeStopping) or CoreWetStrokeDisposition is set to Completed, indicating the stroke is complete.

Subsequent ink input is considered a new stroke.

// Register
event_token WetStrokeCompleted(TypedEventHandler<CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource, CoreWetStrokeUpdateEventArgs const&> const& handler) const;

// Revoke with event_token
void WetStrokeCompleted(event_token const* cookie) const;

// Revoke with event_revoker
CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource::WetStrokeCompleted_revoker WetStrokeCompleted(auto_revoke_t, TypedEventHandler<CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource, CoreWetStrokeUpdateEventArgs const&> const& handler) const;
public event TypedEventHandler<CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource,CoreWetStrokeUpdateEventArgs> WetStrokeCompleted;
function onWetStrokeCompleted(eventArgs) { /* Your code */ }
coreWetStrokeUpdateSource.addEventListener("wetstrokecompleted", onWetStrokeCompleted);
coreWetStrokeUpdateSource.removeEventListener("wetstrokecompleted", onWetStrokeCompleted);
- or -
coreWetStrokeUpdateSource.onwetstrokecompleted = onWetStrokeCompleted;
Public Custom Event WetStrokeCompleted As TypedEventHandler(Of CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource, CoreWetStrokeUpdateEventArgs) 

Event Type

TypedEventHandler<CoreWetStrokeUpdateSource,CoreWetStrokeUpdateEventArgs>

Remarks

An ink stroke always triggers either a WetStrokeCompleted or a WetStrokeCanceled event.

NewInkPoints is always empty for the WetStrokeCompleted and WetStrokeCanceled events.

NewInkPoints might be empty for the WetStrokeStopping event.

Applies to

See also