Want to do something during draging but don't want to put the code into the OnDragOver events of all the controls (too many) in a form and the form itself.
Can you find or make an event or similar:
TScreen.ScreenDragOver (....X, Y: Integer..)
so that one may
1. do something based on the coordinates of the cursor in anywhere of the form during the draging;
2. stop doing that when this draging finished.
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