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EE 2.5.3, Matrix 2.5.2, Wygwam 2.6.3


When a Wygwam cell is part of a Matrix and that row is dragged and dropped into a new order, everything is fine.

However, if you use the "Move to top" (or bottom) feature from the cell options dialog, the field moves and the Wygwam content is cleared.

dialog

Before moving: before

After moving: enter image description here

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  • This isn't really a question, it's more like a bug report... Should it be here? Jan 20, 2013 at 7:15
  • Perhaps not, but I was going on the assumption that support moved here. "And as of today, we’re making EE Stack Exchange our primary support site." -- pixelandtonic.com/blog/ee-stack-exchange
    – Ian Pitts
    Jan 20, 2013 at 15:51

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This was fixed in Matrix 2.5.3. http://pixelandtonic.com/matrix/releasenotes

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  • Brandon, I just installed this and while the Move to Top and Move to Bottom features don't destroy content, they don't actually do anything either. I get "Uncaught TypeError: [object Object] has no method 'callback' - matrix.js:147
    – Ian Pitts
    Feb 1, 2013 at 14:56
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Just a guess, but there is a matrix.js file in the Wygwam folder that handles the drag events. I suppose its possible there is not an event for move to top/bottom, or no methods are bound to those events?

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  • In matrix2.js I only see bindings for 'beforeSort' and 'afterSort'. In matrix's matrix.js I don't see any callbacks other than display, beforeSort, afterSort and remove. I'm not good enough with JS to really tell what's going on.
    – Ian Pitts
    Jan 17, 2013 at 21:17
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    I can reproduce this and will report it as a bug to our team. I am sorry that you are encountering this. :(
    – Lisa
    Jan 17, 2013 at 21:21
  • Thanks for the update, Lisa. I'll just inform the users to use drag and drop for reordering until this is resolved. Thanks!
    – Ian Pitts
    Jan 18, 2013 at 13:55

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