Hi Wayne,

one thing you could do is to modify a little the code to clone the
element being drag and call Element.absolutize('element_id'), so it
stay in the same position within the window, and no more trouble with
Go to see the doc:


On 10 sep, 22:31, Wayne <wchen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi. I am observing a problem where if I drag from a long list
> contained within a div with a fixed height and overflow: scroll; ,
> dragging any element from the scrollable list to a nonscrollable one
> will cause the element being dragged to jump from the mouse by the
> number of pixels scrolled down on the scroll bar.
> Doing some research on google yielded the 
> following:http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/145562#667205http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/7875http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/11342
> and the following example:http://mrigali.googlepages.com/draggage.html
> However, none of these had a solution for this problem. I'm wondering
> if there's any temporary workaround for this issue or fixes within the
> scriptaculous or prototype code
> Thanks for your time!
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