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I was working on a project and i need to incorporate the drag and drop feature
i.e i shall be able to drag and drop images/media files/videos from my pc to java application/GUI

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Welcome to the Ranch.
Do you have a specific question?
 
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I wrote a code to enable drag and drop images to my java GUI. using Transferable class.
But this thing is not working ,and i tried to use JMF(Java Media Framework) but couldn't succedd .

So can you please help me as in i wanted to know what all steps need to be followed for enabling the drag n drop feature for images using JMF or any other
(if exists) .
I think if am able to do it for images then music files and video files won't be much trouble

P.S my java GUI needs to have images that should be obtained from my pc
Hope i am able to clarify what problem i am facing..
 
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I personally have no idea. But I will move this thread over to the GUI forums where all such questions are usually discussed.
 
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