ActiveCache Screen cache where drawing occurs. Use rarely. Change cache inside StartDrawing/FinishDrawing sequence.
AddCache Creates a new cache and return its ID. The ID can be specified to StartDrawing to direct output to the cache. It can also be used with a number of other methods such as DrawCache and Invalidate.
CacheCount Number of screen caches.
CacheMemDC Memory device context for the specified screen cache.
CancelTracker Cancel tracker that is associated with the display.
ClipEnvelope The bounds of the invalid region. Use after StartDrawing and before FinishDrawing.
ClipEnvelopes The invalid region as a set of envelopes. Use after StartDrawing and before FinishDrawing.
ClipGeometry User-specified clip shape. This shape is merged with the invalid region to arrive at the actual clip region. Must be specified before StartDrawing.
Count The number of ScreenDisplays associated with the application.
DisplayTransformation The transformation used by the display.
DoScroll Scrolls the screen by the specified amount.
DrawCache Draws the specified screen cache to the specified window device context. Pass an empty rectangle to copy the full bitmap to the DC origin.
DrawMultipoint Draws specified multipoint on the display.
DrawPoint Draws specified point on the display.
DrawPolygon Draws specified polygon on the display.
DrawPolyline Draws specified line on the display.
DrawRectangle Draws specified rectangle on the display.
DrawText Draws specified text on the display.
Filter Display filter. Must call while in a StartDrawing-FinishDrawing sequence. Set Filter to 0 to resume normal drawing.
FinishDrawing Completes drawing.
FocusScreen The ScreenDisplay associated with the window the mouse is over. May be a lens window or the main window.
hDC The device context that the display is currently drawing to. Only valid between calls to StartDrawing and FinishDrawing.
hWnd Associated window handle.
IlluminationProps Illumination properties used by the display.
Invalidate Cause the specified area of the specified cache to redraw.
IsCacheDirty Indicates if the specified cache needs refreshing.
IsFirstCacheTransparent Indicates if the bottom cache is transparent.
IsFramed Indicates if drawing occurs in a frame rather than on the whole window.
MainScreen The ScreenDisplay associated with the main application window. Set this property before using the other properties and methods.
PanMoveTo Pans to a new point.
PanStart Prepares display for panning.
PanStop Stops panning and returns new visible bounds.
Progress Call frequently during drawing process.
RemoveAllCaches Removes all caches.
RemoveCache Removes the specified cache.
RotateMoveTo Rotates to new point.
RotateStart Prepares display for rotating. If centerPt is NULL, the center of the visible bounds is used.
RotateStop Stops rotating and returns new angle.
RotateTimer Draws the rotated display. Call in response to WM_TIMER.
ScaleContents Indicates if the contents of the screen scale when a resize occurs. True means scale contents to fit new window size. False means contents stays the same with more or less of it showing.
ScreenDisplay The nth ScreenDisplay associated with the application.
SetScrollbarHandles Optionally specify application supplied scrollbars.
SetSymbol Sets the symbol used for drawing. Four different symbols can be specified simultaneously: Marker, Line, Fill, Text.
StartDrawing Prepare the display for drawing. Specify the device context and the cache to draw to (normally esriNoScreenCache). The ScreenDisplay coclass will automatically create a window device context if you specify hdc = 0.
StartRecording Starts recording all output to the recording cache.
StopRecording Stops recording to the recording cache.
SuppressEvents Indicates if display object suppresses events.
SuppressResize Indicates if display resizing is suppressed. True means the display doesn't resize with the window. False ensures that the display is the same size as the window.
TrackPan Interactively pans the screen.
TrackRotate Interactively rotates the screen.
UpdateWindow Forces a redraw.
UseScrollbars Indicates if scrollbars should appear.
WindowDC Device context for the associated window. Only use this between calls to StartDrawing and FinishDrawing.