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Thread: pressure sensitivity in drawing app under C#

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    Afrostyle pressure sensitivity in drawing app under C#

    I've got a WPF application set up with an InkCanvas on it. Of course, I don't have to use WPF for the project but anways...

    How do I integrate pressure sensitivity into a C# application? I tried searching places but... Yeah.

    If it makes any difference, only Wacom tablet is going to be used.

    Thank you.

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    For all of your Stylus events, you have a PressureFactor value that returns the pressure value. Here is an example that I found by searching for PressureFactor: http://www.benmcevoy.com/blog/?p=18

  3. Quote Originally Posted by kirupa View Post
    For all of your Stylus events, you have a PressureFactor value that returns the pressure value. Here is an example that I found by searching for PressureFactor: http://www.benmcevoy.com/blog/?p=18
    Thank you very much. Much appreciated.

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