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cloned draggable element have etra styles and classes

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When I call .draggable() on cloned element it result in different size of element. I am not sure if .draggable() even from greensock, it's looks like it's from jquery. But how in that case should I clone  elements and have everything working?

$("#google").clone().prop('id', 'copy'+1).draggable().appendTo("#container");


See the Pen ENXgdq?editors=1111 by one2gov (@one2gov) on CodePen

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Hi one2gov,


I see an issue when cloning after moving the element, not when scaling. I have a little suspicion that there might be some conflict going on there but need to look into what might be.


Others might also have encountered this situation and might offer some help. For now, I'll ask you to hang on a bit.



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Welcome to the forums.


It looks like you're using jQuery UI's Draggable which is not a GreenSock product. It's not something we have expertise with. Perhaps you could ask the authors? We really try to keep our forums focused on GreenSock-specific questions. 

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Hello. yes it's jquery draggable. But greensock have draggable also. How to clone element and have greensock draggable working?


See the Pen ZBrzea by one2gov (@one2gov) on CodePen


Draggable.create(".box", {
  onDragStart:function() {
     xPosition.style.visibility = "hidden";
    yPosition.style.visibility = "hidden";
xPosition.innerHTML = this.target._gsTransform.x;
yPosition.innerHTML =  this.target._gsTransform.y
$("#google").clone().prop('id', 'copy'+1).appendTo("#container");
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Solution for me was to fire greensock draggable create once per element.


See the Pen ENXgdq?editors=0011 by one2gov (@one2gov) on CodePen

function checkForDraggable(){ 
$('.box').each(function(i, obj) {
  if ($('.box').css("transform") == "none" || $("#container").find('box').hasClass("copy").length != 0) {
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