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Author Topic: Drag and drop doesn't scroll the treeview  (Read 418 times)
Mark81
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« on: June 06, 2019, 14:03:36 pm »

CamBam 1.0 rel 16, Windows 7 64-bit.

Steps to reproduce
1. open or create a drawing with several layers, and with "a lot" of primitives inside the last layer. The number of primitives should be large enough so when you see the last item you cannot see anymore the other layers above.
2. try to drag one of the last items to another layer (currently not visible due to the size of the scroll area)

Current behavior
You can't. When you've reached the first visible items in the treeview you cannot scroll the area so you can't drop it into another layer.

Expected behavior
Like most Windows application, dragging an item inside a scroll area should lead to scroll the area itself when reaching the visible limits

Workaround
To change the layer of an item, you can just cut and paste it. But in this way you lose the assignments to MOPs.
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« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2019, 17:17:20 pm »

Hello

Not really a bug, but a missing features Wink

I'll move it to the wish list.

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« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2019, 19:34:05 pm »

Yeah its a bit of a pain.  You can of course drop it there, scroll up, and drag and drop it again until you get it where you want it. 

Almost every project for me has that many elements, but I don't always create things on the wrong layer.  Still...  it would be nice. 
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« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2019, 22:36:24 pm »

The option of splitting the trees to different panes as mentioned before might help with this as well.  Be able to have machining in one and geometry in another. 
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« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2019, 18:17:42 pm »

I’d like two panes for less pain as well.
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