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Simulating drag&drop

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How can you simulate a file drag&drop operation on a control in a window?That is to say, how do I simulate a drag&drop of a file with a given $path, on a control with a given control ID: $cID in a window with a given title: $title?

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How can you simulate a file drag&drop operation on a control in a window?That is to say, how do I simulate a drag&drop of a file with a given $path, on a control with a given control ID: $cID in a window with a given title: $title?

I'm not sure what you mean. Have you looked into MouseClickDrag()?

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I'm not sure what you mean. Have you looked into MouseClickDrag()?

Nomad :D

I think he wants something that would act like a "ControlClickDrag" which to the best of my knoweldge doesn't exist

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I am pretty sure it can be simulated via a "SendMessageA"...Since mouse clicks and things like that can...It's only that some tech has to do a little research on what happens when you click and hold your mouse on a certain file...and what the drag&drop mechanism is..

I'm pretty sure this can be achieved via DllCall...Anyone else?


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I asked this same question a while back.

this may help

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...l=simulate+drag

Funny.. You link him back to his own posts :whistle:

Cheers

Kurt


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Funny.. You link him back to his own posts :whistle:

Cheers

Kurt

:) sorry Stupid

just search the forums for "simulating drag" by "creeping" anyway, someone suggested the way to do it, but was a bit out of my depth

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