- tonyorlando -- I haven t tried this, but you need to listen to the scroll event on the container and the call: YAHOO.util.DragDropMgr.refreshCache(); DragDropMessage 1 of 8 , Oct 31, 2007View Sourcetonyorlando --
I haven't tried this, but you need to listen to the scroll event on the container and the call:
DragDrop needs to refresh it's built in position cache of the li's when the parent is scrolled..
Hope that helps :)
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From: tonyorlando <rhettanderson@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 2:57:07 PM
Sorry for the back-to-back posts. I just read my post and realized I
...is the example I was referring to. If you stack the lists
vertically (rather than horizontally), add a bunch of <li> elements,
and make the lists scroll, you get badness as the <li>'s are targets
even when they aren't visible.
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>the container and the call:
> tonyorlando --
> I haven't tried this, but you need to listen to the scroll event on
> YAHOO.util.DragDropMgr.refreshCache();when the parent is scrolled..
> DragDrop needs to refresh it's built in position cache of the li's
>I solved it a bit differently.
> Hope that helps :)
First, I had to make sure that the mouse pointer was in the <ul> that
the <li> belongs to.
Also, in the case I mentioned, you could get up to three targets when
you dropped. I looked at each possibility and handled it. It didn't
turn out to be too bad. Well, tracking down all the problems was a
pain, but in the end I didn't need too many lines of code to solve the
Your solution may be more efficient than mine. I'm not sure. I may try it.
Thanks for thinking about it.
- Wow! That s Fabulous! Thank you so much!Message 3 of 8 , Nov 16, 2007View SourceWow! That's Fabulous! Thank you so much!
> sweintraut --
> I took a look at this issue :)
> Here is a simple prototype that I built:
> Hope that gets you moving in the right direction..
> Dav Glass