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Draggable cursor.

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cursor: '-webkit-grabbing', // works

cursor: '-moz-grabbing', // works

cursor: 'grabbing', // doesn't work

cursor: '-webkit-grabbing,-moz-grabbing', // doesn't work

cursor: '-webkit-grabbing;cursor: -moz-grabbing', // doesn't work

It appears no auto prefixing is done, so need to specify both -moz- and -webkit-.

See the Pen YXwvJq by andyroutledge (@andyroutledge) on CodePen

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Hi andyr :)

 

try this :

 

items = $('#grid').find('li');

Draggable.create(items, {
bounds: $('#grid'), 
cursor: (/Firefox/i.test(navigator.userAgent))?'-moz-grabbing':'-webkit-grabbing'  
});
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Diaco came up with a good solution while I was forking your demo, but here's how I did it using jQuery to use grab and grabbing.

 

See the Pen EjPOLK by osublake (@osublake) on CodePen

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Nice work, Diaco and Blake.

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