[ANN] GetInLine, Now More In Line
scott at tactilemedia.com
Fri Jan 14 11:25:10 CST 2005
Recently, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>> An update to the previous GetInLine stack has been posted. For those
>> missed it, this is an attempt at a more intuitive method for
>> repositioning of lines within list fields.
> I find it much more intuitive now that the dragged line disappears from
> the list while I'm dragging it.
I'm still wondering whether this is the right way to go. When
dragging/dropping text in word processing apps, the dragged text doesn't
disappear -- it changes position when the mouse is released. When
reordering a layers in a graphics package (Adobe/Macromedia) the original
dragged layer stays where it is until the mouse is released. iTunes follows
suit as well -- keep the original until the mouse is released. Perhaps the
type of application dictates how this should be handled but so far I haven't
seen any examples of removing the clicked line from the field. Any examples
out there that remove the clicked line when reordering?
> 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.
Yes, that should be next.
Recently, Frank D. Engel, Jr. wrote:
> 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)?
It should be quite doable, but the copying part will be up to you as the
developer. :-) I can make the clicked line a property or variable that you
can pass to whatever object you have.
Thanks & Regards,
Tactile Media, Development & Design
E: scott at tactilemedia.com
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