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  1. lynkfs

    drag and drop

    I've spend hours to implement a simple drag & drop mechanism, and I've given up. The mechanism is not that difficult, but the browser implementations drive me nuts. The problem is that on different chrome browsers the 'drop' position is off from what it should be. If someone's interested, the code below works flawlessly in the internal ide browser. Executing on win10-latest chrome you'll see a jump in positioning of elements when dropped. I've finally figured out, that the jump-amount is based on where the element has been 'grabbed'. It is zero when grabbing top/left,
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