I think I figured it out. The callback must not have parentheses.

FAIL:    onUpdate: someFunction();
GOOD: onUpdate: someFunction;

I have no idea why.  I am a beginner to JS.

On Aug 15, 11:17 pm, Mojito <tokyot...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Why is the onUpdate callback fired right when the Sortable is created
> and not when I move an <li>? This code also screws up my dropping - I
> am forced to click again to drop.  Additionally, after dragging an
> <li>, it remains translucent even after dropping it.
>
> Sortable.create(
>             'lineup', {
>                 overlap: 'horizontal',
>                 constraint: 'horizontal',
>                 onUpdate: alert('onUpdate')
>             }
>         );
>
> <ul id="lineup">
>    <li class="source" id="playlistItem_0">one</li>
>    <li class="source" id="playlistItem_1">two</li>
> </ul>
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