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Phillip Sauerbeck

Drag Drop 'not-allowed' in IE for images

Reported by Phillip Sauerbeck | July 31st, 2008 @ 12:07 AM

In both IE6 and IE7, when the draggable is an image, it is not easily accepted in the droppable area.

When a user that is not very quick in dragging and dropping an image into the container, his cursor will change to the 'not-allowed' state, and he will not be able to drop the image (without beginning to drag again)

Here is some test code to try out this bug yourself: http://pastie.org/244429 It is also attached here.

Many thanks

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