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    Hello,

    I have a bunch of images within a set of objects of xtype: panel.
    Their initial position has to be randomized + rotated a bit.
    Unfortunately making them draggable: true overrides any -webkit-transform configuration i make for example in the 'painted:' listener or the style: object.
    Furthermore there seems to be no setter to change the position of the draggable object.
    Did i miss something?
    Is there a nice way to solve this problem?

    Thanks in advance,
    Stefan

  2. I've used that method to set the position of a draggable view component:

    >> widgetView.getDraggable().setOffset(xPos, yPos);

    hope this will help you

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    I've used that method to set the position of a draggable view component:

    >> widgetView.getDraggable().setOffset(xPos, yPos);

    hope this will help you

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    Awesome! Thank you very much that did the trick.
    Now i just have to figure out the rotation problem.
    But due to the poor rendering capabilities of the iPad i might also use images containing the rotated picture ...

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    I would say that iPad rendering performances on Web contents are pretty amazing. Compared with Android for example.

    I would recommend you the CSS approach for your image rotations. Good luck!

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