As RadListBox's DragDropManager accepts only a ListBoxDragDropBehavior, dropping on RadDocking would not be possible with it. Please, excuse me for misguiding you. In order to achieve your goal, you can subscribe to the events of DragDropManager
. For example, you can use the DragOver one and set the DragDropEffects
through the Effects
property of the event arguments to None. Then you can set the Handled
property to true
and terminate the execution of the event handler through a return statement. Can you please check it out?
I hope you find this helpful. Of course, feel free to update me should you need further assistance with the implementation.
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