These functions should not be used anymore. You should use
acedStartOverrideDropTarget, acedEndOverrideDropTarget instead.
We do wrap these 2 on the .NET API but the manner we do will make it
difficult to use them the way you want them. Look at the
Autodesk.AutoCAD.ApplicationServices.Application.DoDragDrop function. We
only allow you to override the drop target for the duration of DoDragDrop.
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Since, Autodesk hasn't wrapped the following globals:
How do I initiate a DoDragDrop when the origin of the drag-and-drop is coming from an external app (for example, dragging i-drop content from IE)? Do I need to do something funky with PointFilter/PointMonitor?
I don't think it is possible. You will have to fall back to C++ or
(P/Invoke). We probably want to provide an event where you can hook the drop
target even when you didn't initiate the drag. I have this logged as a wish
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How do I initiate a DoDragDrop when the origin of the drag-and-drop is
coming from an external app (for example, dragging i-drop content from IE)?
Do I need to do something funky with PointFilter/PointMonitor?
I've already pretended to be a C++ programmer again. Thanks. However, perhaps this isn't the forum for this question, but since it is related, I'll go ahead and describe another thing that has come up:
After I load the sample, arxdragdrop, drag-and-drop from external apps into ACAD seems to be broken. When I drag i-drop content in after loading the arx app, I get a menu with the items 'List Files' and 'Cancel' instead of the drag-and-drop sequence (it works fine BEFORE loading the arx app). It seems to be going through the droptarget.cpp code WITHOUT a call to acedStartOverrideDropTarget() that only gets called when initiating a drag-and-drop from the arx-created window.