that this may be broken in the latest versions of Safari, so before I spend a lot of time looking for workarounds using HTML 5 events and FileReader() have you already investigated this and got a working example for Macs?
I've read http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee670998%28VS.95%29.aspx also but as mentioned elsewhere this works for the events except the drop event which is not propagated to Silverlight.
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I've been trying to workaround the issue but it definitely seems that the Silverlight plug-in doesn't receive any proper notification of the drop action in Safari on Mac and unfortunately I was also not able to come up with any solutions.
This is why the RadTreeView control also can't detect the drop operation or handle it in any way. I'm afraid that at the moment we can't suggest nor implement any solutions for the same.
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I managed to work around it with a some Html 5 events and a Scriptable event in the Silverlight code.
Do you know if there is a fix for drag and drop issue for Silverlight on Safari - Mac ?
And the c#:
If I remember correctly though, I think a recent update to Mac/Safari has broken something and I've not had a chance to investigate.