Selecting a carousel item by double click

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  1. hkdave95
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    Nov 2006

    Posted 19 Oct 2008 Link to this post


    I need to select a carousel item by souble clicking it.

    Once I have double clicked I need to know whcih Item I have clicked.

    Do you have any examples of this ?

    Kind Regards

  2. Milan
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    Posted 20 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    Hi hkdave95,

    I'm wondering if by selection you mean bringing a carousel item to the center of the path? If this is the case, we can send to you a sample application that demonstrates how an item can be brought into view by double clicking it. Since this application requires a custom build that cannot be posted on our public forum, you can request the application by opening a support ticket.

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  4. Michael
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    Dec 2012

    Posted 20 Dec 2012 Link to this post

    What about double clikcing on an carousel item (in my case a System.Windows.Controls.Image object) and having it open the actual file as if somone double clicked the *.png

    How do I get the current selected carousel item index/object?

    I have the Image objects in a collection, so I thought returning int myRadCarousel.Items.CurrentPosition; would give me the index of my collection to open, but CurrentPosition is always zero when I select and doubleclick carousel items.
    The other alternative is having the blob of the carousel image returned somehow so i can compare it to items in my collection. 
    (MouseDoubleClikc event triggers fine.)

    EDIT:   Found the simple solution solution after much searching.

    private void myRadCarousel_MouseDoubleClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
        int index = myRadCarousel.Items.IndexOf(myRadCarousel.SelectedItem);
        ImageInterface image = myObservableCollectionOfImageInterfaces.ElementAt(index);

        Process proc = new Process();
        proc.StarInfo = new ProcessStartInfo(image.fullFileName, "");
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