Apparently, this bug was referenced in Trac, #8615, and has been fixed with Scriptaculous 1.8.2. Thanks.
On Nov 12, 4:38 pm, Olivier Jaquemet <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi all, > > As I already read it somewhere the documentation, in order to use > sortable inside sortable, they must be invoke in a specific order. > But I have found a (kludge) solution to bypass this difficulty and I > wish it could be provided natively in scriptaculous... > > Let's imagine the following situation : > * We have a portal, in which portlets are being made sortable > * We have some portlets that want to provide drag&drop features. > > Example : > * a portal with 2 portlets > * one portlet provides a sortable list of items > > --------------- > <div id="portal"> > > <div id="porlet_1"> > <ul id="items"> > <li id="item_1">Foo</li> > <li id="item_2">Bar</li> > </ul> > <script> > new Sortable('items', ...); > </script> > </div> > > <div id="porlet_2"> > ... > </div> > > <script> > new Sortable('portal', ...); > </script> > > </div> > --------------------- > > In a static world this would be easy as you could know what is in your > portal and invoke sortable create in the proper order, but some > requirements are making this impossible... > > Requirements (as seen from the portal maker) : > * portlets can be provided by third parties (the portal is provided > by the CMS) > * portlet may be loaded on first request, or later using ajax > => the invokation of 'Sortable.create()' is the responsability of each > developper, and invokation order for portal/portlet may differ and > cannot be guaranteed. > > Need : > * being able to invoke Sortable.create in whatever order > > Temporary solution : > * create new js file 'portalsortable.js' > * copypaste 'SortableObserver' and 'Sortable' from 'dragdrop.js' to > 'portalsortable.js' > * replace all occurence of SortableObserver with > PortalSortableObserver > * replace all occurence of Sortable with PortalSortable > * Finally, use the new PortableSortable for the portal > > It works in every cases I have tested. > > My questions : > Why is there this restriction on the 'Sortable' class ? > Could you change the implementation of 'Sortable' to accommodate > whatever initialization order ? > > Thanks for your help. --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Prototype & script.aculo.us" group. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/prototype-scriptaculous?hl=en -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~---