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Draggable hitTest not working with onThrowUpdate or onThrowComplete

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Hi and welcome to the GreenSock forums and Club GreenSock,


hitTest() should work the same for all 3 of those callbacks.

I put together a basic example just to do a quick test and I didn't see any problems.


Draggable.create(".target", {
      if (this.hitTest(".hitTest")){
        console.log("hit onDragEnd");
      if (this.hitTest(".hitTest")){
        console.log("hit onThrowComplete");
      if (this.hitTest(".hitTest")){
        console.log("hit onThrowUpdate");


See the Pen zdYRLw?editors=0011 by GreenSock (@GreenSock) on CodePen


If you are still getting unexpected results. Please provide a reduced test case that clearly illustrates the issue. Its the best way for us to be able to quickly assess the issue and provide a solution. The easiest way to do that would be to:

  1. click the "run pen" button in the demo above
  2. click the "edit on codepen" button
  3. click the fork button to make your own version of my demo
  4. add your code the demo
  5. save
  6. paste the link into your reply

We will be happy to give it a look.





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