Silverlight and mouse scrolling

Silverlight currently doesn’t have any functionality for telling you about mouse scrolling so I wrote some bits to get the job done (no gurantees 🙂 ). Key points to note: Your browser supports detecting scroll events – Silverlight doesn’t. Silverlight can talk to javascipt and vice versa. The work around = get the javascript to hook the scroll event and fire that back into a Silverlight class which will raise the event to objects that have registered an interest. Result = Silverlight detecting scrolling 🙂 You can grab some code here if you want a look

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5 Responses to “Silverlight and mouse scrolling”

  1. harishkumar Says:

    thank u .execellent help from u r side .

  2. Miccheng Says:

    Looks cool! Will try it out on SL 2.0

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