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Forms.TreeView - another great leap forward?

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I'm trying to implement Drag-and-Drop within a TreeView.

Back in VB "Proper", I'd have use the Treeview's DropHighlight property
to give the user an indication of where they're about to drop whatever
it is they're dragging but all-grown-up, OO, Visual Basic's TreeView
doesn't /have/ this property any more.

How can/should I reproduce this behaviour these days?

BTW: I do /not/ want to use the TreeView's SelectedNode property.
Selecting a node within the tree activates an editor UserControl for an
associated object, so I want/need a.n.other way of temporarily redrawing
a TreeNode as I drag over it.

TIA,
Phill W.
Jul 27 '07 #1
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