#470 – Elements that Support RightToLeft Flow

Every FrameworkElement has a FlowDirection property that can be either LeftToRight (the default), or RightToLeft.  For panel elements that lay out a series of child elements, this property indicates in which direction the layout should be done.

The FlowDirection property is typically used for cultures where text flows from right to left, e.g. Arabic.  However, you can use this property whenever a right-to-left layout would make sense.

Below are some examples of elements that can use RightToLeft flow.

A Calendar control.

A DatePicker

A Menu, with MenuItem elements

A ListBox

A TreeView

A ProgressBar

A Grid

A StackPanel with Horizontal orientation

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