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Add rectangleGeometry1 ; geometryGroup1. Here are some examples of built-in contact visualizations in Windows.
Point 10, ; points. Contributors In this article Learn how to draw shapes, such as ellipses, rectangles, polygons, and paths.
Try not to dramatically customize the visual feedback behaviors of the built-in Windows gestures, as this can create an inconsistent and confusing user experience. Point , ; polygon1.
Keep the UI clean and uncluttered by not showing visual feedback unless you are adding value that is not available elsewhere. For more info, see ShowGestureFeedback.
The boundary is created by connecting a line from one point to the next, with the last point connected to the first point. Notice that the first and last points are not connected by the Stroke outline as they are in a Polygon.
If you specify a Fill of a Polyline , the Fill paints the interior space of the shape, even if the start point and end point of the Points set for the Polyline do not intersect. Polygon A Polygon is a shape with a boundary defined by an arbitrary number of points.
In this form, the Path. Set the Fill property of the Shape to the Brush you want.
A Stroke is defined but not a Fill. Contributors In this article Learn how to draw shapes, such as ellipses, rectangles, polygons, and paths.
If customizing feedback UI, ensure you provide feedback that supports, and is suitable for, all input modes. The example is mainly intended to give you some examples of what elements exist in the Path. Path class , Windows.
A Stroke is defined but not a Fill. This can be done in code or in XAML.