Window drag event c#

I am trying to hook into the window drag event of every active/visible windows using C# in a System tray app. I have the code to find and move all the windows figured out using PInvoke, but am unable to figure out how to hook into the drag event.

My goal is to run the program in the background and while dragging a window be able to snap it into preset locations (showing preview windows while the drag is occurring and snapping when released).

How would I hook into the window drag event?

Window drag event c#

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Window drag event c#

I am trying to hook into the window drag event of every active/visible windows using C# in a System tray app. I have the code to find and move all the windows figured out using PInvoke, but am unable to figure out how to hook into the drag event.

My goal is to run the program in the background and while dragging a window be able to snap it into preset locations (showing preview windows while the drag is occurring and snapping when released).

How would I hook into the window drag event?

Window drag event c#

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Install numpy on python3.5 (Win7)

I am a absolute newbie for python. I am quite frustrated by install new packages.

My computer is win 7 x86. The newest python3.5 is installed (the official one).

The pip and ez_stall functions well already. I tried to install numpy by pip install numpy or ez_stall numpy, but both failed. The first error msg says I need Visual Studio installed, the second tell me it cannot find numpy.

So I go to download .zip file from SF. The newest support for python is 3.4 (I have 3.5); I downloaded numpy-1.9.2-win32-superpack-python3.4.exe anyway. It is not surprising that when I try to run the exe file, it complains that “Python 3.4 is required, which was not found in the registry. ” Is there any work around?

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Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately

Reading Roundup: What's new in blogging this week / ProBlogger.net

The sun is shining, the birds are singing – I think spring has finally hit Melbourne!

With that, I will leave you with this week’s links to ponder…

Instagram Images: How to Stand out on Instagram // Social Media Examiner

This podcast was interesting – I’ve definitely seen the trend for very similar images being used on IG, particularly for specific niches. I’ve experimented with a lot, and I found the opposite of what I often expected. For example, an image set out similarly to one I admired ended up getting the least amount of likes. So how do you stand out when it seems everyone is homogenous? And how do you stay true to your own aesthetic in the process?

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