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Tip: How to make a control scroll its content?

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Denislav Savkov
Denislav Savkov
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1 comments   /   posted on Sep 02, 2008
Categories:   Controls

There is a special control in Silverlight responsible for scrolling of content. The full name of this control is System.Windows.Controls.ScrollViewer. You can use it like a regular container by placing all of the content you want to scroll inside of it. The control's properties that worth mentioning are two: HorizontalScrollBarVisibility and VerticalScrollBarVisibility. As you can guess they allow you to control the visibility of the vertical and horizontal scrollbars. The possible values are Auto, Disabled, Hidden and Visible.


<ScrollViewer x:Name="scroller" HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Auto" VerticalScrollBarVisibility="Auto">
    <Image x:Name="scrollableImage" Source="SomeImage.jpg" Height="1000" Width="1000" />

That's it!




  • dasari_ramacharan

    Re: Tip: How to make a control scroll its content?

    posted by dasari_ramacharan on Jul 27, 2011 20:59
    thats a quick help! thanks

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