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Bug drag & delete

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Hi,

 

If you drag an item and then press 'delete' or 'backspace' the item disappears, but the drag cursor doesn't. Afterwards you can't select any other items as well.

anybody have a solution?

 

Gerb.

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Hmm, I can't seem to reproduce that problem. What version of TransformManager are you using? Please make sure you've got the latest one by logging into your GreenSock account at https://www.greensock.com/account/. If you're still having trouble, please e-mail me a sample FLA that demonstrates the issue and I'll gladly take a peek.

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well, i have it in the project i'm working on right now, but it happens in the online demo as well.

 

to reproduce it I do this:

 

select a photo

press your mouse button

start dragging

while dragging, press delete

the image is deleted

now release your mouse button

 

in my case, i still see the drag cursor and it doens't go back back to normal.

 

I use FF 3.6.3 on a mac with flash version 10,1,52,15

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Ah yes, I never even thought of hitting the delete key while dragging an object but you're right - I saw the cursor stick. It has been fixed in the latest version which I just posted. Thanks for letting me know. Log into your GreenSock account to get the latest version at https://www.greensock.com/account/

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Hi,

 

Thanks for the quick fix! I'll update my source next Monday, since it's 10 o'clock now so time to go home :-)

 

By the way, I found out about this bug because I added something like 20 items to a 'stage' and then rapidly deleted them by clicking very fast and hammering on the 'delete' button.

 

 

Gr,

 

Gerb.

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