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Drop a dragged row on last row is imposible

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Kenneth asked on 27 Jan 2014, 06:36 PM
Hi Telerik
I have been working on a project with you brillant TreelistView for over a year now - so glad I bought your product!

But heres my little problem - and it is also not working in your own example:
In your DragDrop-example for radTreeListView, it is not posible to drop an item on the last item.
It is posible to drop on all the other elements - except the last one.
Could you please help me with a workaround?

With kind regards from Kenneth

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answered on 28 Jan 2014, 02:55 PM
Hello Kenneth,

The problem has been fixed. You can check our next internal build for reference.

Hope this helps! 

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Nik
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answered on 30 Jan 2014, 05:59 PM
Thank you Nik - thats so good to here.
I didn't renew my membership because it all works so well and hoped I could wait a bit before I would renew again.
Please write back if you now any workaround on this isue - if not - I got the point :o)

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answered on 31 Jan 2014, 09:58 AM
Hello Kenneth,

Since the issue was internal, there is no workaround other than avoid using the TreeListViewRow.DropPosition property. The only way to do it is to determine the position yourself, and use that in the drag drop logic.

Hope this makes sense! 

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