Let me first explain what are the differences between the HideDelay
properties and how they work:
1) When you set the HideDelay
property you specify how long after the hiding of the tooltip was invoked the tooltip should close. E.g if the tooltip should hide on mouseout of the target and you have specified HideDelay=500, the tooltip will hide after 500ms after the mouse leaves the target.
2) When you set the AutoCloseDelay
property you determine when the tooltip should automatically close, no matter its hiding is invoked or not. For the example case above, if you e.g set AutoCloseDelay=500, the tooltip will close after 500ms no matter the mouse has left the target or it still on it. If you want the tooltip to close only when certain event happens (in other words not to close it while the mouse in the case above is on the target) you should set AutoCloseDelay="0".
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