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Hey guys!


Great work on the Draggable util! I'm having one question though.. Is there a way to update my bounds? I'm working on a website with Draggable and want to update my bounds when I scale the view up to 500%. At this point I only want the div to be draggable partionally since the other content won't be relevant when zoomed in.


Is this possible?


Many thanks in advance!

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First, please make sure you've got the latest version of Draggable - we released a major update last night with a bunch of enhancements and new features, one of which is the applyBounds() method. 


Have you tried changing the "bounds" property of your Draggable's vars? Like:

//assuming you already created your draggable with Draggable.create()...find the instance
var draggable = Draggable.get("#yourID");
draggable.vars.bounds = yourElement; //or whatever
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Hi there GreenSock staff, thanks for the great Draggable plug-in!


I didn't want to start a new topic but here's my dilemma:


I'm appending input fields into the draggable elements, they fit in ok but I cannot type anything into the textfields. They get the focus event but that's it.

Is there something I should know, I'm guessing the Draggable plug-in somehow prevents the change event or whatever.


Edit: no focus event is fired, but the cursor changes into text-cursor when hovered over the inputs.



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Have you tried forcing the focus on click? I think that would do the trick..


Thanks for the update for the applybindings! I'll have a look at it this weekend :)

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