i have acode that enable the user to add anew message, i want to make the mouse on the load shape until the inserting process occurs,
how can i do that?
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I have a ReportViewer which I'm pulling into a C# WPF project, and would like to be able to capture the row a user clicks on in the reportViewer, but have had no success tapping into the mouse event handlers. Does anyone know how to accomplish this? This MSDN link seems to imply that ReportViewer(winforms) supports mouse click events such as Click, DoubleClick..etc. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.reporting.winforms.reportviewer_events.aspx, but I've not had any luck.If mouse events are not currently supported, does anyone know when they will be, and whether properties such as SelectedItem or SelectedIndex would also be exposed?Thanks for the help.