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Detect overscroll offset?

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  • If you check the VerticalOffset of a scrollviewer ,you'll it'll never go negative even if the user pulls down on a scrollviewer.

    How do I detect by how much the user overscrolled? (by overscroll I mean when the user makes the content squeeze since he pulled it past the end point)

    Friday, September 26, 2014 9:37 PM

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  • Hi Leonardo,

    I don't think overscroll offset will be calculate, as you can see if user pull the content past the end point, after he release, the content will automatically back to the end point, we can only detect if the end point is reached, but we cannot detect how much it overscrolled.

    --James


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