I am using jQuery droppable (in conjunction with jQuery draggable) to allow the user to add rows to an HTML table by dragging items from a list and dropping them on the table.  This works well, however at present the logic is that when the user drag-...
I have a div element that I want to be able to drag onto a scaled element. However when I do this, the div element doesn't go to the right coordinates of the element but it does when I drag it around for the second time.  I also think it scales u...
We are currently trying to accomplish cross-frame dragging between draggables and sortables provided by jQuery UI. This is working properly now. However, the mouse offset seems off when dragging from the parent to the child frame--please see this fid...
I want to remove the drag property of a <div> when I drop it on a container. But I get an error "Property 'draggable' of object #<Object> is not a function", for my code below.  $( "#fighter1" ).draggable(); //figh...
I am developing some simple drag-drop interactions with jQueryUI. Under some conditions, I would like the dragged item to go back to its original place (revert) and then shake. I placed the shake in the drop event of the droppable object, but it does...
Basically what I have is a set of doodads, and what I need to do is to be able to drag any item in that set into a containment box. Once they are in the box, they can still be moved around and manipulated freely, but they can't be taken out of th...
I have a droppable element with a dropover event handler. Dragging an element over the droppable expands a node. However, I want to add a delay so the node does not expand immediately, i.e. you have to hold the draggable over the droppable for a seco...
I used the search and have not found an answer to my problem even if I've seen the same problem on other issues. I need that ".draggable" scroll  '#div1' when you introduce the element. I put the jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/carl...
I want to have several classes of draggables, each one corresponding to a class of droppables. But in addition, I want to have a separate "waste bin", where all the draggables can be dropped until a suitable droppable can be found for them....
My apologies if this was answered in another question, I could not find an answer specific to my problem!  I'm trying to test whether a jQuery draggable is being dropped outside of a legal droppable. This would normally be solved 90% of the time...

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