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    Default How to capture the on end event in portal demo

    Hi,

    I'm using portal demo example given in
    http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-1/#!...al/portal.html

    I want to do something after the portlet has been completely dragged and dropped. May be x and y positions after drag and drop is over. is there any listener i can write like onEnd ?

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    The draggable config on the portlet, you should be able to pass in listeners that will use Ext.util.ComponentDragger. It has some events like dragend that may help you.
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    Tried something like this. Dint work. Some javascript error this.getProxy() is null.



    draggable: {
    insertProxy: false,
    onDrag: function(e) {
    // var el = this.proxy.getEl();
    // this.x = el.getX();
    // this.y = el.getY();
    },
    endDrag: function(e) {
    // panel.setPosition(this.x,this.y);
    myFunction();
    },
    alignElWithMouse: function() {
    // panel.dd.superclass.superclass.alignElWithMouse.apply(panel.dd, arguments);
    // this.proxy.sync();
    }
    }

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