I'm also interested in a solution for this. Did maybe somebody find
On Apr 6, 7:14 am, "rai.ashis" <ashis....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Yeah the containment can be use to do so but as you have told the whole
> element is replaced and i don't want to do that.
> I just want to make draggable element that can be droppable on sortable list
> where ever i wish to drop it in any position of the list index.
> If you have any idea that will be helpful to me.
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 6:36 PM, Walter Lee Davis <wa...@wdstudio.com> wrote:
> > If you make two Sortable lists, and set their containment to contain
> > each other:
> > containment: ['list_a','list_b']
> > Then you may drag from one into the other, and the drop will happen
> > where you like within the list. This removes the item from list_a and
> > puts it into list_b, note. There are ways you can simulate a "never-
> > ending-supply of list_a elements" with ghosting and onDrop functions,
> > but it's a whole lot of work.
> > Walter
> > On Apr 3, 2009, at 7:09 AM, lun.ashis wrote:
> > > Scriptaculous is pretty good scripts to use. I have come across with
> > > one problem on draggable and sortable. I am trying to add draggable
> > > element on sortable list. While adding the draggable item it
> > > automatically appends to the end of the sortable list but I don't want
> > > to do that. I want to add the draggable elements anywhere i like to on
> > > Sortable list.
> > > I have tried to do so but couldn't . Let me know if you have come
> > > across this problem.
> > > Thanks in advance.
> Ashis Rai
> Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
> P.O Box No: 12434
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