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Treeview: Finding the TreeNode under the mouse cursor

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1230 Oct 4,2002 12:41 PM Sep 24,2003 04:48 AM Windows Forms 2
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Jeremy Pardoe
Asked On October 4, 2002 12:41 PM

The VB6 TreeView control had a HitTest method returning a node for an (x,y) pair. Anyone know how to get from coordinates to a TreeNode in the .NET TreeView? I can't see it. Thanks -Jeremy Pardoe-

Jeremy Pardoe
Replied On October 4, 2002 01:19 PM

Sorry, this was a dumb question. The answer is the GetNodeAt method of the TreeView. Do't know how I missed it.

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Replied On September 24, 2003 04:48 AM

> The VB6 TreeView control had a HitTest method returning a node for an (x,y) pair. Anyone know how to get from coordinates to a TreeNode in the .NET TreeView? I can't see it. > > Thanks > > -Jeremy Pardoe-

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