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   * Use the **VisualState.Setters** syntax to define property changes in //​VisualStateManager//​.   * Use the **VisualState.Setters** syntax to define property changes in //​VisualStateManager//​.
-  * Use the **VisualState.StateTriggers**,​ to conditionally set properties based on window height/​width or based on a custom trigger.+  * Use the **VisualState.StateTriggers**,​ to conditionally set properties based on window height/​width or based on a custom ​adaptive ​trigger.
  
 When you use state triggers, you don't need to define an empty //​DefaultState//​. The default settings are reapplied automatically when the conditions of the state trigger are no longer met. When you use state triggers, you don't need to define an empty //​DefaultState//​. The default settings are reapplied automatically when the conditions of the state trigger are no longer met.
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