I've been successful at getting my callout to appear with a button image and even have the image clickable to trigger further work. However, when I touch the screen with my finger it does not trigger the button click event and am wondering how I can go about using a touch event to fire the action related to the button?
//a button is needed in the callout definition
var converter = new ImageConverter();
var png = Properties.Resources.Form;
def.ButtonImage = new RuntimeImage((byte)converter.ConvertTo(png, typeof(byte)));
Action<object> infoWindowButtonClick_Process = MoreDetailsClicked;
def.OnButtonClick = infoWindowButtonClick_Process;
My click event being handled:
private void MoreDetailsClicked(object message)
//do further work
Which platform are you targeting?
Not sure what you are looking for so here are some general answers:
1. Any CPU
The .NET Runtime supports 4 platforms: WPF, Windows Universal (UWP), Android and iOS, as well as a Xamarin.Forms layer on top of the 3 latter ones. I guess we can rule out Android and iOS, so is it WPF or UWP?
Sorry wasn't clear on what you were asking there. WPF for this particular question.
Jim Fiddes, did you ever find a reason or a solution to this issue? We are experiencing a similar thing with callouts and touch events in a WPF application (although version 100.4).