Hello Lauren Nickerson,
If you need the coordinates of the point where you are dropping your items, you can handle the OnDropInfo
() event and use the e.Options.CurrentDragPoint
properties to get the absolute and relative coordinates.
Also, I am not really sure if I understand your scenario correctly? Do you need the dragged items to be moved or copied?
If you need to copy the dragged items, you will have to handle the PreviewDragEnded()
event and move your logic from the DragEnded()
to the OnDropInfo()
event because the former will not be called.
However, if you only want to move your items, you don't need to handle the PreviewDragEnded()
event. You will only have to handle the OnDropInfo()
event, where you can check the e.Options.Status
property and insert your logic whenever the status is DropComplete
I prepared an example for you to take a look at. Please let me know if this works for you or if you need more info.
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