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What is a good visual cue for drag and drop? (for reordering a list of items)
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 ...
Sep 25 '12 at 21:46
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