We're using a behaviour class that is driven by the DragDropManager, hooking into some of the events, namely GiveFeedback and DragOver.
I'd like to change the cursor to a blocked symbol if the control we're dragging is hovered over another control of the same type.
Within the GiveFeedback event, we're unable to determine what control we're currently hovering over. Instead we tried using the OnDragOver event, where we are able to establish the current position but unable to change the cursor.
Is there any other way to change the cursor without the GiveFeedbackEventArgs?