I was thinking that, but I don't see how to know when the Draggable  
leaves it.

Would storing a reference to the droppable in the draggable be  
sufficient for this?  Use the onDropped function to re-add the  
previous Dropabble?  I've noticed that onDropped doesn't appear to be  
documented (but does work...)

On Oct 1, 2008, at 11:15 AM, Diodeus wrote:
> You will need to remove the droppable for the element once the first
> item is dropped on it. You car re-create the droppable later if you
> want to enable that emelemt again.
> Droppables.remove(element);
> http://github.com/madrobby/scriptaculous/wikis/droppables
> On Oct 1, 1:26 pm, Jo Rhett <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Very simple problem: my droppable items are timeslots, so they should
>> only accept one draggable.  I need a useful way to prevent a second
>> draggable from being dropped there, but to allow the original
>> draggable to be moved elsewhere.
>> From what I can see of the API, it appears my only real choice is to
>> determine this in a function for revert on the Draggable item.  I'm
>> fine with that, but I'm not sure how to determine that the Droppable
>> is full.   I can set a variable with onDrop for the Droppable, but it
>> doesn't seem to be possible to unset that variable when the Draggable
>> leaves for greener pastures.
>> Has anyone else bounced off this problem before?  Got any good ideas?
>> I can post a small example if anyone wants to see that.
> >

Jo Rhett
Net Consonance : consonant endings by net philanthropy, open source  
and other randomness

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