<I got this working, so there's no need for follow up -- I just needed to follow the examples more closely. :) >
I am trying to do exactly the same thing as described in this post an cannot even get the attached demo to work. It runs, but the text box is not accepting the drop.
Here are a couple of notes:
- The solution runs fine.
- I am running the Q3 2011 WPF controls
- I can drop into tree view just fine
- The OnDropQuery and OnDropInfo events do not seem to be firing -- I put breakpoints on both functions and they never seem to get invoked.
Also, one other question that I'm trying to get worked out -- if I am dragging into a text box that contains some existing text, can I somehow drag the new content (also text) in the middle of the existing text?
If not, cool, I'll just put it on the end and let the user move it from there.