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Actually, you have 3 visual states: MouseDown(ActiveClicking), Checking and Unchecking. In WPF the action command is usually fired at MouseUp. For obvious reasons like DragAndDrop, which is pretty common at Desktop Apps. MouseDown - Checking and Unchecking: gives users a blue indicator where the action takes place. Regardless of which interface you use: ...
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