Drag grid item to another grid

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Re: Drag grid item to another grid

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Hey Edward. What a great job. Excelente and usefull implementación. Congratulaciones.

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Post by esgici »

edk wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:50 pm
As promised here is the next version.
Added:
- support for Ctrl and Shift while dragging and dropping.
With the Shift key, you can move items by changing the position in the tree, with the Ctrl key we perform a copy operation.
- handling the context menu when dropping the right mouse button on tree # 2 (Copy / Move)
- handling the context menu of tree # 2 (on the tree item/node: Rename / Delete / Add as child ; in the empty tree space: Add New As Root )
- there is a new method for the tree: InsertItem
As I did not integrate this method with HMG sources, we call it as a function: _InsertItem (ControlName, FormName, cValue, nInsertPos, [aImage], [Id]).

Now you can build a tree using the context menu. :)
Tree.gif
DragAndDrop_0.006.zip
Enjoy.
We have many contribution code like this;

thanks to these successful participants.

Sadly adding this useful codes to the core of HMG not likely in the near future :(

there isn't a way adding them to next releases of HMG under a new section namely such "contributions" :?:


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Post by mol »

We have no leader now, who will create new versions.
It's really sad.

Thanks Edward for your great work!

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mol wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:45 pm
We have no leader now, who will create new versions.
It's really sad.

Thanks Edward for your great work!
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Post by edk »

A small bug fix when adding / inserting a node to the root of the tree.
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Post by mol »

In last sample, when I move Item 2.2.8 to Item 2.2.7 - look ok, but when I drag Item 2.2.7 to Item 2.2 (its parent - nothing should happened) Item 2.2.8 is lost

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Post by edk »

mol wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:27 am
In last sample, when I move Item 2.2.8 to Item 2.2.7 - look ok, but when I drag Item 2.2.7 to Item 2.2 (its parent - nothing should happened) Item 2.2.8 is lost
Fixed.
I apologize to all interested. :oops:
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Post by serge_girard »

Thanks Edward ! And no need to apologize !!!

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Post by edk »

Sample for a tree that uses IDs.
Unfortunately, in this variant there are constraints based on the necessity of assigning new IDs when copying/adding tree elements. Also, you would need to give ID for elements dragged from other controls like textbox or from other trees, which is why these functionalities have been removed.
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