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I asked this question : WPF Slider not working with touch input

Someone kindly replied, and with the link provided I was able to find the information I needed to solve this problem.

Unfortunately, the solution I found is not related to the rest of his answer. He talks about a property (IsManipulationEnabled), but in my case I just had to handle an event.

So I don't think I can "accept" his answer, because if other people read this, they may not be able to solve the problem.

Should I :

  • Write my answer in comment, let him edit his answer and THEN, when it matches exactly my question, accept it,
  • Make my own answer, but I don't want to seem like I'm begging for up-votes,
  • Something else ?
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up vote 3 down vote accepted

The answer was helpful, so you can upvote it. Answers need not be complete to be helpful.

If you choose to compose a complete answer, you can post it and mark it as accepted. There is a two-day waiting period before you can accept your own answer, so there is a chance that someone else will provide an even better answer in the meantime.

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Thanks for your answer. I already tried to upvote it but I wasn't allowed (less than 15 rep). As you suggested, I will write my own answer. – Michaël Polla Jul 8 '13 at 23:25

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