Drag-and-drop support
 
For a definition of Dragging-and-dropping, see Glossary.
 
Dragging-and-dropping is a simple and fast way of transferring text, nodes, trees and images.
 
Basically, Dragging-and-dropping can be used to transfer nodes, text and images within TreePad, and to transfer texts from other applications into a TreePad article or tree.
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping nodes within the tree
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping subtrees into other databases
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping external files into the tree
 
Dragging-and-dropping external files into the article
When you drag drop one or more files (or a directory) onto the article (from i.e. the Windows Explorer file manager) the 'Insert Files into Article' dialog appears.
 


 
 
Dragging-and-dropping external files into the attachment plane
When you drag-drop files or a directory onto the attachment pane they will be imported as attachments.
 
Dragging-and-dropping a block of text from another program into the article
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a block of text from another document into the tree
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a block of text from the current article into the tree
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a block of text between the DraftPad2 and the Article pane
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a block of text from the DraftPad2 into the tree
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a hyperlink from another program into the article
 
 
Dragging-and-dropping a hyperlink from another program into the tree
 
 

 
Notes:
 
  1. For alternative methods of copying and moving text⁄images, see Copying or moving text and images, also Dragging-and-dropping images.
 
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