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How to create a sortable list with Draggable

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I'm really sorry. 
I just called the draggable.js before the gsap.min.js and that fix it

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On 9/4/2016 at 2:29 PM, Joelcox said:

Pretty cool stuff. 


I used this demo to created a few connected lists.


Check it out





This is awesome but i am wondering if we can do the same with Pixi.js Sprites? I have an app where i need similar functionality but with Pixi Sprites. I know that Draggable can be used with Pixi using proxy div element but if the list is big, i will end up using a lot of div elements which might not be a performant way of doing things specially on a mobile device. Thanks in advance.


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Hey Guys. Chiming in four years later. :) Is this post still active? 


In hopes of @OSUblake is still interested in this topic, what if each item is not the same height? The current calculations assumes that each item cell is a fixed height. :)

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Hey @Baconshot and welcome to the GreenSock forums.


It's probably best to create a new thread if you have follow up questions. If you'd like code help, please make a minimal demo of the situation that you're wanting help with as this post covers:


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@ZachSaucier, thank you for your reply. :)


I would actually argue that this post is exactly where it should go, since @OSUblake already have the initial prototype here, and this is already indexed on search engines. 

But sure. If you insist on the similar prototype going into a separate post, I’ll make sure to create one. Just let me know what you decide on. :)

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Yeah, this won't work with arbitrary heights. You'd need to use a much more complicated algorithm for that.

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