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    Question Is there a free equivalent of "DropTiles"?

    Hello, everyone.

    I was just wondering if there is a free JS equivalent of DropTiles?

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    What an insanely annoying interface - after 20 tries I have not managed to drag and drop one tile yet - they all just respond to the click and open up full screen.

    But maybe I'm doing it wrong.

    Is jQuery's draggable() droppable() not floating your boat?

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    I tried that (with jQuery-UI), it did not work as far as drag-n-drop. Kept getting an "$('.sortable').sortable() is not a function" error message.
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    Well, I had no trouble dragging them...sometimes. Other times, the page thought I was trying to drag the whole screen around. And sometimes drop worked and sometimes it didn't. They seem to have their very own (unspecified) rule about where a tile can go.

    I would sure never want to use that interface, as it is now, in any commercial site!!
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