#614 – Events that Fire When You Switch Between Windows

If your application has multiple windows, the user can switch between the different windows.  The sequence of events when switching from one window (1) to another (2) is as follows:

  • Window.Deactivated  (#1)
  • Window.Activated  (#2)
  • Window.PreviewLostKeyboardFocus  (#1)
  • Window.PreviewGotKeyboardFocus  (#2)
  • Window.IsKeyboardFocusWithinChanged  (#1)
  • Window.IsKeyboardFocusWithinChanged  (#2)
  • Window.IsKeyboardFocusChanged  (#1)
  • Window.IsKeyboardFocusChanged  (#2)
  • Window.LostKeyboardFocus  (#1)
  • Window.GotKeyboardFocus  (#2)
  • Window.Deactivated  (#2)

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