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    I’m a licensed user — well, my employer has a site license, — of SmartUI for .NET and have a couple of questions.

    I’m having a problem getting the plus/minus icons to display properly. Specifically, the top level of the node hierarchy seems to be displaying its icons off the left-side of the control. I can barely click them on their right side, but I cannot see them. Lower levels of the hierarchy display properly. It’s this way both in the designer and in code. It also seems to happen regardless of how I actually setup the control — docked or not. Anyone have any clues about this?

    Also, I’d like to control display of the plus/minus icon more directly. That is, I’d like to have it display without having to add a bunch of child nodes underneath the parent node. I’d rather add those nodes when the expansion is requested. I see how to intercept the expansion, but I cannot get the icon to show unless I add a child node. It seems that I can add a placeholder node and replace it with the real nodes on expansion. That feels a bit dirty to me. Is there any guidance available on this?

    steve

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by StephenNichols (had 3268 views)

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    Oh, yeah… One more question. How about drag & drop support in the SmartTreeView. Is there such a beast?

    steve

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by StephenNichols (had 279 views)

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    Hi Steve,

    Would you be able to send me a screenshot of this so I can investigate further? As for Drag and drop in a treeview we do have a small sample that demonstrates how to do this, simply send me your request at matt@xceedsoft.com and I will see what I can do ! 🙂

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Matt (had 4389 views)

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