[ANN] GetInLine, Now More In Line

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at fjrhome.net
Fri Jan 14 09:19:03 CST 2005


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I agree that the 1/2 way point would be an improvement.  Looks great, 
though.

Any chance there could be an option, as per the request quoted below, 
to cancel the drag -- but at the same time, support drag-and-drop (so 
that if the dragged item is plopped on a compatible target, it can be 
moved/copied there)?

Another neat idea for a future feature would be the "poof" effect from 
OS X, like when you drag an icon out of the dock or some such -- drag 
an item out of a list box and watch it disappear?

On Jan 13, 2005, at 9:42 PM, Ken Ray wrote:

> On 1/13/05 6:04 PM, "Sarah Reichelt" <sarahr at genesearch.com.au> wrote:
>
>> On 14 Jan 2005, at 9:06 am, Scott Rossi wrote:
>>
>>> An update to the previous GetInLine stack has been posted.  For those
>>> who
>>> missed it, this is an attempt at a more intuitive method for
>>> drag-and-drop
>>> repositioning of lines within list fields.
>>
>> Thanks Scott,
>>
>> I find it much more intuitive now that the dragged line disappears 
>> from
>> the list while I'm dragging it. The only other thing I would like is
>> the ability to cancel a drag somehow - perhaps if you move the mouse
>> pointer outside the field.
>
> Agreed, and one more nit... if you choose the Large Text/Few Lines 
> option
> you can see that when you drag line 3 up, the "insertion point line" 
> jumps
> to between line 1 and 2 too soon, IMHO. It should do that when the 
> mouse
> crosses the point which is 1/2 of the textHeight of the line. 
> Basically what
> I'm trying to say is that there is a zone that is from the vertical 
> middle
> of one line to the vertical middle of the line above it that is the 
> "drop
> region"; where the insertion line will shift between those lines when 
> the
> mouse enters it.
>
> I hope I'm being clear; if not, let me know.
>
> Other than that, you did an awesome job, Scott!
>
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
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> Email: kray at sonsothunder.com
>
>
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