Drap and drop an OverlayItem in aMapView

by Magellan » Wed, 03 Sep 2008 05:48:42 GMT

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I'm searching for a sample code that allow to drag and drop an
OverlayItem on a map (via an ItemizedOverlay).

I sea onTap methods but they can only be used for a"on click item",
not for "on hold item" event.

Somebody tried ?


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