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Hi there...

Just wanted to question if anyone of you know a way to drag and drop items (like buttons) from a stackpanel to another container type (could be a stackpanel too).
Ty for the help
Posted 12-Sep-12 6:37am
Wes Aday 12-Sep-12 12:40pm
"way to drag and drop items ", I do not know about you but I use my mouse to drag and drop item within a drag and drop enabled application.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Sep-12 14:18pm
direct_acess 13-Sep-12 10:17am
The environment That I'm using is C# ;)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 13-Sep-12 12:19pm
No need to tell that: it was in your tags in first place. What you have to tag is the UI library of application type you are using (WPF? Forms? ASP.NET? Silverlight? Metro? what?)
direct_acess 21-Sep-12 9:32am
Sorry... WPF

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You did not specify the environment. If you want to work with wpf, then can look at the following: Drag and drop user controls in wpf[^]
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 13-Sep-12 12:26pm
You are right. So, this post may or may not be relevant.

I would like we practiced not answering until OP specifies the detail enough to avoid providing excessive information. For example, drag-and-drop can be applicable to WPF, Forms, Silverlight, ASP.NET, Metro, Windows Phone, and even, say, Android or Cocoa for Mac OS X and iOS (which can be developed with C# using Mono + MonobjC), so, should we bring all the solutions? The only right thing is to wait until OP clarifies that; if not -- the question should better be removed -- there is too many of such questions.

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