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What I mean by...

Moveable elements: index cards, scrabble tiles, etc.

move: 'grab' and drag with LMB to another part of the window

I'm new to C# and WFC, etc. but have years of experience in PHP, C and other languages.

What I'm looking to know is:
- which element(s) (if element is the right word; checkbox? text entry field? what-have-you?) to use to create a scrabble tile or index card (whatever; the moveable object/thing)
- how movement is handled

Either a general sort-of pseudo code explanation or actual code is fine.

I don't know the terminology used in WFC (if WFC is even the right acronym) so maybe this question doesn't even make sense.
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