- Then you just need to track the items that you don't want to be dragged
and not create the drag on mouseover.
On Tue, 02 Jun 2009, henribagus wrote:
> > Try:
> > dd.unreg();
> That only works for the current drag event. If you mouseover another object then go back, the object becomes draggable again.
> Is it possible with subscribe and unsubscribe to the event, but only unsubscribing from a certain object?
> I need each object to be successfully dropped once only. One reason is that the user could cheat the scoring system by dragging a correct answer several times.
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