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MapView.MouseMove Event

Question asked by azatrain on Jun 19, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 20, 2018 by azatrain

In our Runtime WPF app we have the ability to tap into MouseMove and TouchMove events on a MapView, so when our users are drawing things on the map and moving the mouse or finger around we can react accordingly.  Those events don't seem to be documented in the WPF API docs, but they are there and we are currently using them.


Those same events are not present in the Xamarin Forms MapView control so we cannot code the same functionality in our Xamarin Forms app that we have in our WPF app.  My question is, does anyone know of a slick workaround to track a user's finger (i.e. TouchMove)?  It must be possible because the FreehandLine and FreehandPolygon graphic types work that way.  


Thanks ...