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I have a Windows.Forms.Treeview object on a Form. If I expand a node on the tree that extends that nodes children past the bottom of the form I do not receive the NodeMouseClick event? Any ideas of what I can do to have the NodeMouseClick event fire, or why it is not?
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I know what's happening. The node is moved upward and away from under the mouse and this happens a soon as the MouseDown is received. Thus it does not receive the mouse key up event and thus cannot generate a NodeMouseClick because a Click does need both events:
MouseDown and MouseUp.

As to how to alleviate this I currently don't have any idea.

Just to make things worse, same happens when you collapse a node and
it moves away from under the mouse because of that.



Cheers

Manfred
 
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I would use AfterExpand or BeforeExpand (-Collapse) methods and trigger the same functionality as on Click.
 
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