Designing a drag and drop sortable that can sort its own contents and copy its children into another sortable
I have this problem that's bothering me for a while. I have an interface containing 2 or more sortables in a web app (sortables are controls where you can rearrange the child contents). Example: ...
I have a selection object (with the text SELECTED on it) that floats around on a background. The selection object is draggable and is used to drag it onto a furniture to make a selection. The user is ...
I've seen many different ways to represent an object on a page as being draggable, but I was the most effective way in your experience of doing so?
My interface allows users to move things that usually have fixed positions in other applications, such as text boxes. What can I do to make it obvious to the user that they can move certain objects? ...
We have a Silverlight application which has two main areas: a vertical list of fields on the left, and a work area on the right. There are two possible operations that the user can perform on the ...
I'm wondering if anyone has any opinions on what is the best visual cue to indicate to the user that list items can be reordered via drag and drop? Here are a few options I've been playing around ...
My web application contains a list of elements, which can be sorted by drag'n'drop. How should this feature be visually represented to users?