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Sortable image list drag/drop issues

Reported by Harry | November 13th, 2009 @ 03:04 PM

I have a large image list. These images are laid out using inline (IE6/7) and inline block which gives the effect of multiple lines of images.

When you try and drag an image to sort the list the list begins to shake/shudder/flicker and in IE it often just freezes with the same initial effect. Opera 10, once the image sort is performed it flys off to the right of the screen.

The previous version of 1.8.2, I managed to get to work successfully by altering the dragdrop.js with a hack suggested here: http://markmail.org/message/m6amhlup6sfwtoeq. But Opera still flys off to the right side of the page.

Surely this hack is not the ultimate solution. The hack does stop a drop into the drop zone once an initial image has been added. The drop has to be before an existing image or just after. If there is nothing else that can be done i will copy this hack to v1.8.3. Can we expect to see a solution to this anytime soon. I believe this issue has been around for a number of versions now. Many thanks.

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