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Please, this is definitely not a question for a Ruby mailing list.

j`ey
http://www.eachmapinject.com

On 10/15/06, Jeremy Blah <jcsarda / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi, I have a div tag as a "container" for all my draggable objectsMy
> goal is to be able to decide whether to revert these objects based on
> where they are dropped. If they are "out of bounds", or not in the
> container after they've been dropped, I want them to revert, otherwise,
> drop normally.
>
> I currently have a few JS functions setup that calculate the boundries
> of the container, and alert me on mouseuptrue if they've been dropped
> outside of the container, and false if they've been dropped inside the
> container.
>
> By default, the droppable object is not set to revertHow would I go
> about making this object revert only if it's been dropped outside of the
> container?
>
> Thanks ahead of time for any help>
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