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Drag and Drop an image from a Tilelist to a Tree

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I have a flex 3 application that is basically an image gallery. Their is a flex tree that lists albums. When you click on an album, a tilelist is populated with images. I want users to have the ablilty to drag images from the tilelist and drop them onto a different album in the tree so that users can copy and paste or cut and copy images from one album to another. Any help would be appreciated.
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And of course have a look at the tree on the left to find drag and drop items stuff interested in.
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You figured it out... and none of the links I gave you was of any help?
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i have already found that link before i posted this question
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That's OK for me, but then at least let me know.
Thanks for accepting nonetheless.
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