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Prevent node drag in TreeViewAdv

First of all, thanks for the TreeViewAdv, it's a really nice control as it is, and I'm sure it will keep getting better. Question: how can I prevent the dragging of nodes within the control? I seem to be missing the AllowDrag property (or something like that). I don't want the user to be able to rearrange nodes, and with out a property on the control or a cancelable event (BeforeDrag), I can't see how to prevent that. Another thing that would be cool: I'm using the right images as indicators and I'd like to associate tip text with each image. Any quick pointers on how (or if) this can be done? Sean

5 Replies

NG Neal Granroth July 1, 2003 08:51 AM

> Question: how can I prevent the dragging of nodes within the control? - Implement a handler for the QueryContinueDrag event. - Within it, set e.Action = Drag.Cancel Hope this helps. Neal


TA Todd Armstrong January 26, 2004 09:05 PM

Where does the Drag.Cancel come from. I don''t have a reference to it and want to do the same thing. > >> Question: how can I prevent the dragging of nodes within the control? > >- Implement a handler for the QueryContinueDrag event. > >- Within it, set e.Action = Drag.Cancel > > >Hope this helps. >Neal


TA Todd Armstrong January 26, 2004 09:14 PM

I figured it out. It should be: e.Action = DragAction.Cancel; >Where does the Drag.Cancel come from. I don''t have a reference to it and want to do the same thing. > >> >>> Question: how can I prevent the dragging of nodes within the control? >> >>- Implement a handler for the QueryContinueDrag event. >> >>- Within it, set e.Action = Drag.Cancel >> >> >>Hope this helps. >>Neal


JR Jack Rubin May 8, 2004 06:47 PM

Please contact me regarding H8 emulators (Dave x2). Thanks!


JR Jack Rubin May 8, 2004 06:50 PM

In case the subject of the prior msg is not displayed, this note is to Neal Granroth. >Please contact me regarding H8 emulators (Dave x2). Thanks! Jack Rubin www.sebhc.org

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