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Listview-Drag/Drop: Showing Item while draging?

Posted on 2007-04-03
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Hello

Is it possible to show the Listview-Item (Which is a single-row, with Large Image!) while drag/droping (moving) from one listview to another?

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Sven
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Not using the standard drag and drop functionality provided by .Net.  That just changes the cursor to indicate targets and/or operations allowed.

You would have to create an image of the row and then "drag" it by actually moving a PictureBox on the form as the mouse is moved.  Then you would have to check which control the PB was dropped on and act accordingly...

Still want to do that?...

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