onDrag runs continuously as you drag the item. Use onStart and onEnd.

Like this:

new Draggable('sample',{onStart:function(){$
('sample').addClassName('dark')},onEnd:function(){$
('sample').removeClassName('dark')}})

On Oct 3, 10:16 am, lfortin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> With the Droppable class, there is an option 'hoverclass', which
> allows us to temporarily add a css class when an acceptable draggable
> is hovering it.
>
> I was wondering if such an option exists for the Draggable class? To
> add a css class to the draggable instead of the droppable in this
> case?
>
> If it does not exists, do you have a suggestion on how to do it using
> the onDrag callback?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> -Laurent
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