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Drag and Drop Image

Drag and Drop Image

Drag and Drop Image

Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition:

I need to drag and drop an image from one PictureBox to another PictureBox where:

1) the image is visible while being dragged
2) the image can be dropped at any location within the target PictureBox
3) the image can be rotated within the target PictureBox

RE: Drag and Drop Image

You could look at Addflow, which handles parts 1 and 2 (except that it is not a picture box)
Rotating is another issue and a component can probably found to do that too. Or you could use the Windows API.

RE: Drag and Drop Image

What is Addflow?

RE: Drag and Drop Image

jo0ls at xtremevbtalk.com wrote a program that does it all!

1) Transparent backround on dragged objects.
2) See object as it is being dragged.
3) Rotate object.
4) Nudge object.
5) Delete object.
6) Drag multiple objects.
7) Drag multiple copies of an object.
8) Redrag objects.
9) Drag objects of any size



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