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Custom cursors while dragging objects onto/across GridControl

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29022 May 13,2005 05:43 PM May 16,2005 08:32 AM Windows Forms 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On May 13, 2005 05:43 PM

Hello, I''d like to drag objects from one part of my application onto my GridControl, and have the cursor change depending on what is beneath it. Inside my GiveFeedback method I''m changing the Cursor but nothing seems to happen. When there is a hiccup in the refresh I can sometimes see my Cursor being drawn, but it is quickly replaced by the default. I''ve also tried using a class that implements IMouseController, but I don''t get any notifications there while dragging. I also tried setting DataObjectConsumerOptions to None, but it didn''t seem to help. What am I missing? Is it possible to use custom cursors while dragging without using IMouseController? If not, how do I enable DnD notification using an IMouseController-implementing class? Thanks! Keith

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 16, 2005 08:32 AM

Here is a little sample that uses GiveFeedBack (on the ole source object) to control the cursor over the grid. It allows you to drag from a listbox to a grid, showing different cursors for odd and even rows in the grid. All the work is done in the ListBox with only grid.AllowDrop being set on the grid. http://www.syncfusion.com/Support/user/uploads/ListBoxDnD2Grid_830afac2.zip

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