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STR #665

Application:FLTK Library
Status:5 - New
Priority:1 - Request for Enhancement, e.g. asking for a feature
Scope:2 - Specific to an operating system
Summary:Support for filename drag-n-drop on MacOS X
Created By:christoph
Assigned To:Unassigned
Fix Version:Unassigned
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#1 christoph
13:12 Dec 20, 2004
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#1 christoph
13:12 Dec 20, 2004
> > After some hours reading the Apple developer docs, I managed to drop
> > a filename from an Fl_Hold_Browser onto a program icon in the Dock
> > which then launches the application with the given filename as input.
> >
> > To achieve this, I have written the function dnd_file(char* fullpath)
> > given below. What would you think about adding this function to the
> > class Fl as an alternative to Fl::dnd() which only drags text?
> I'd rather add an enumeration argument to Fl::dnd() for the data
> type - currently FL_DND_TEXT (default) or FL_DND_FILENAME, with a
> compatible Fl::dnd() method which calls the new API.
> Can you post this all as a STR?
Ok, attached is a new verison of the Mac specific dnd implementation which supports an optional argument for the filetype. The filename/text is taken from the cut/paste buffer as before for backwards compatibility.

#2 mike
17:34 Feb 05, 2005
Reassigned to 2.0.  
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