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Is Firefox the only browser for 'Draggable' to function properly? (Draggable "Toss" Demo)

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After struggling for so long, I found out that my problem wasn't due to my fault:



No matter what I try in Chrome, the mouse cursor won't change to 'grabbing' while dragging an object. Exaclty like in this codepen: 


Runs flawlessly in FF.


  • Is there anything I miss?
  • Is this known or can it be confirmed by someone please?
  • Maybe there is already a solution to this?


Thank you,


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You're saying the cursor in the GreenSock demo doesn't show 'grabbing' in Chrome for you?


That demo works correctly for me in all browsers. Your demo from the other thread also changes to 'grabbing' for me in all browsers. I'm on a Windows 10 machine. Maybe others see the same problem as you're describing.

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You will never believe but I've almost tears in my eyes!

My Setup: 3 screens (2x27'' @1920x1080 1x40''@3840x2160)


On 1 of the 27'''s this happens!! All the other screens/browsers work!


Could confirm this on any screen? I'm going nuts. I can't even believe this myself.

Even if I only take a tab and move it between the screens, it only works on the other 2.


Is there any logical reason to this? I'm not halucinating :-)


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7 hours ago, GreenSock said:

Nope, sorry. Obviously it has nothing to do with GSAP/Draggable, so I'm not sure what to tell you. Definitely sounds like an operating system thing.


You are absolutely right :-)


This drove me nuts during days because I always tested on THAT screen... and on mobile.


Thank you all for your time, have a nice day,


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