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From the SetiDropHandler command in my QuickRef book...
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Posted at 04:10 AM in Reviews of Books | Permalink
My advice is that you fire your tech editor, and consider talking to Autodesk support before making these kind of assumtions.
SETIDROPHANDLER certainly does serve a purpose. But, in order for that to be obvious, an application or plugin must install an IDrop Handler, which causes it to appear in the list shown by the command, along with the default handler "Block...".
The point was to allow third parties to hook into IDrop, to implement handlers that can do other things when a user drags content into a drawing.
The 'default' handler set by that command is the handler that is used when there is no specific handler specified in the dragged content.
Tony Tanzillo |
Jun 09, 2009 at 06:37 AM
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