Thread overview
Adding ability to drag and drop and add virtual folders!
Aug 22
Johnson
August 19
I routinely have trouble with Visual D when adding packages because some simply won't compile unless I add them to the project. But I cannot drag and drop nor add a pre-existing folder and so it takes a long time and they all end up in the project dir.

It may be an issue on my part but I'm sure that the dragging and dropping would still be a nice feature ;)

August 19

On 19.08.2017 03:59, Johnson Jones wrote:
> I routinely have trouble with Visual D when adding packages because some simply won't compile unless I add them to the project. But I cannot drag and drop nor add a pre-existing folder and so it takes a long time and they all end up in the project dir.
> 
> It may be an issue on my part but I'm sure that the dragging and dropping would still be a nice feature ;)
> 

Dragging the folder into the project should work just fine. Just tried it, no problem.
August 20
On Saturday, 19 August 2017 at 06:45:01 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:
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> On 19.08.2017 03:59, Johnson Jones wrote:
>> I routinely have trouble with Visual D when adding packages because some simply won't compile unless I add them to the project. But I cannot drag and drop nor add a pre-existing folder and so it takes a long time and they all end up in the project dir.
>> 
>> It may be an issue on my part but I'm sure that the dragging and dropping would still be a nice feature ;)
>> 
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> Dragging the folder into the project should work just fine. Just tried it, no problem.

I can't drag and drop anything ;/ And it's always been like that as far as I can remember. I've tried files and folders. I'm dragging in to the solution explorer, maybe that is not the right place?

August 22
On Saturday, 19 August 2017 at 06:45:01 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:
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> On 19.08.2017 03:59, Johnson Jones wrote:
>> I routinely have trouble with Visual D when adding packages because some simply won't compile unless I add them to the project. But I cannot drag and drop nor add a pre-existing folder and so it takes a long time and they all end up in the project dir.
>> 
>> It may be an issue on my part but I'm sure that the dragging and dropping would still be a nice feature ;)
>> 
>
> Dragging the folder into the project should work just fine. Just tried it, no problem.

Seems to be a think with VS2017. Installed VS2013 and can drag and drop ;/