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Is there something wrong with the Frame Element that prevents these events from firing (AllowDrop is set to true)?

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    scru 909   9 Years Ago

    Not my intention to be rude or ungrateful, but I'm confused as to how that link helps me. It doesn't say anything about getting Drag/Drop events firing on frames (they have fired on every other element I've tried, including Window and Page) Read More

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DragEnter, DragLeave, DragOver and Drop events do not work for the frame element in WPF.

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Not my intention to be rude or ungrateful, but I'm confused as to how that link helps me. It doesn't say anything about getting Drag/Drop events firing on frames (they have fired on every other element I've tried, including Window and Page)

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about half way down that last link I think that info might help

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Thanks for all the help. Now my rep power finally works!
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I have finally given up and decided that I can't get it to work on the Frame Control. However, I'm doing it on every Page control that goes inside the frame (by setting the handler to an external class). Thanks for all the effort you gave though. You really geniunely tried to help and I appreciate it.

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