Rearranging List Control Rows through Drag and Drop (including demos!)

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Wayne was nice enough to give some example code in his article, but not sample project files.  Since I posted some solutions and fixes to things pertaining to this article, I have recieved several emails asking for sample code.

Screen Shots:
 

Sortlist
Drag...
Drop...

 
SortlistView
Drag...
Drop...

Download dialog demo project - 12 KB

Download view demo project - 18 KB

Date Last Updated: March 23, 1999



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  • Drop & Drop feedback

    Posted by Legacy on 03/30/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Rodger Bernstein

    The drag and drop stuff would be much more useful if there were some feedback telling the user where the item(s) will be moved to. Perhaps the item would draw a line above or below the text indicating where the items will be moved to. It should be able to handle you moving the items above the top item and below the last item.

    I 'm assumeing this code will handle multiple selections.
    Anyone feel like implementing this?

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