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Draggable - Init callback

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You mean something like when the instance is created by the Draggable.create() constructor?


Draggable has the onDragStart callback when the user drags the element more than 2 pixels. Also there's a complete set of callback for the Draggable tool:




It'd help if you could elaborate a bit more and provide some sort of sample or code snippet in order to get a better idea of what you're after.

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I'm confused by the question too. Draggable is ready as soon as you create it. If you're having trouble accessing the instance, it might be because using .create() returns an array of Draggable instances. If you'd like to assign a draggable directly to a variable, you can use 'new' instead of .create().

var dragger = new Draggable("#foo");
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