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position:fixed Droppable accepts draggables as if it were absolute (considers scroll offset)

Reported by nrajlich | December 7th, 2008 @ 04:08 AM

If there's a Droppable on the page, and it's element has a position set to "fixed", and there is a scroll offset in the droppable's container, then it will behave incorrectly.

It will behave correctly when there is no scroll offset (scrolled all the way to the top), but when the user scrolls down, the position of the draggable scrolls with the page, but the element of the draggable is fixed on the page (like it should be).

This was tested using the latest versions of both Prototype and Scriptaculous.

I've attached a demonstration of this in action. I'll look into it a bit further myself, but I would definitely consider this a bug, and hopefully somebody out there will be able to come up with a fix.

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