EllipticalTransitionType Enumeration

Summary
Values for the EllipticalTransition.TransitionType property.
Syntax
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public enum EllipticalTransitionType 
  
Public Enum EllipticalTransitionType  
   Inherits System.Enum 
   Implements System.IComparable, System.IConvertible, System.IFormattable  
public enum class EllipticalTransitionType : public System.Enum, System.IComparable, System.IConvertible, System.IFormattable   
Members
ValueMemberDescription
0CenterInEllipse center in. The old image remains underneath. The new image appears in the area outside the ellipse which is centered in the image but is very large. The ellipse gets smaller and smaller and as it does more of the new image appears.
1CenterOutEllipse center out. The old image remains underneath. The new image appears in an elliptical shape, starting very small in the center of the image and growing outward.
2LeftInEllipse left in. The ellipse is very large, and has its center to the left of the left edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pulled to the left, and as it is pulled it pulls in the new image starting from the right side and moving left.
3LeftOutEllipse left out. The ellipse is very large, and has its center to the left of the left edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pushed to the right and as it is pushed the new image appears starting from the left and moving to the right.
4RightInEllipse right in. The ellipse is very large, and has its center to the right of the right edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pulled to the right, and as it is pulled it pulls in the new image starting from the left side and moving right.
5RightOutEllipse right out. The ellipse is very large, and completely to the right of the right edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pushed to the left and as it is pushed the new image appears starting from the right and moving to the left.
6TopInEllipse top in. The ellipse is very large, and has its center above the top edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pulled vertically, and as it is pulled it pulls in the new image starting from the bottom and moving to the top.
7TopOutEllipse top out. The ellipse is very large, and completely above the top of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pushed to the bottom and as it is pushed the new image appears starting from the top and moving to the bottom.
8BottomInEllipse bottom in. The ellipse is very large, and has its center below the bottom edge of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pulled down to the bottom, and as it is pulled it pulls in the new image starting from the top and moving to the bottom.
9BottomOutEllipse bottom out. The ellipse is very large, and completely below the bottom of the image. The ellipse remains the same size. It is pushed to the top and as it is pushed the new image appears starting from the bottom and moving to the top.
10CenterInterlaceInInEllipse center interlace in then in. A series of concentric elliptical rings begin appearing, covering the old image, starting from the outward edges. When that operation completes, the rest of the image gets filled in, starting from the outward edges and moving to the center.
11CenterInterlaceOutOutEllipse center interlace out then out. A series of concentric elliptical rings begin appearing, covering the old image, starting from the center. When that operation completes, the rest of the image gets filled in, starting from the center and moving outward to the center.
12CenterInterlaceInOutEllipse center interlace in then out. A series of concentric elliptical rings begin appearing, covering the old image, starting from the outward edges. When that operation completes, the rest of the image gets filled in, starting from the center and moving toward the edges.
13CenterInterlaceOutInEllipse center interlace out then in. A series of concentric elliptical rings begin appearing, covering the old image, starting from the center. When that operation completes, the rest of the image gets filled in, starting from the outward edges and moving to the center.
Remarks

The EllipticalTransition.TransitionType property specifies the type of elliptical transition to be used.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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