Use this function to define the options for sortable_js and rank_list, which will pass these in turn to the SortableJS JavaScript library.

sortable_options(
  ...,
  swap = NULL,
  multiDrag = NULL,
  group = NULL,
  sort = NULL,
  delay = NULL,
  disabled = NULL,
  animation = NULL,
  handle = NULL,
  filter = NULL,
  draggable = NULL,
  swapThreshold = NULL,
  invertSwap = NULL,
  direction = NULL,
  scrollSensitivity = NULL,
  scrollSpeed = NULL,
  onStart = NULL,
  onEnd = NULL,
  onAdd = NULL,
  onUpdate = NULL,
  onSort = NULL,
  onRemove = NULL,
  onFilter = NULL,
  onMove = NULL,
  onLoad = NULL
)

Arguments

...

other arguments passed onto SortableJS

swap

If TRUE, modifies the behaviour of sortable to allow for items to be swapped with each other rather than sorted. Once dragging starts, the user can drag over other items and there will be no change in the elements. However, the item that the user drops on will be swapped with the originally dragged item. See also https://github.com/SortableJS/Sortable/tree/master/plugins/Swap

multiDrag

If TRUE, allows the selection of multiple items within a sortable at once, and drag them as one item. Once placed, the items will unfold into their original order, but all beside each other at the new position. See also https://github.com/SortableJS/Sortable/wiki/Dragging-Multiple-Items-in-Sortable

group

To drag elements from one list into another, both lists must have the same group value. See Sortable#group-option for more details. ["name"]

sort

Boolean that allows sorting inside a list. [TRUE]

delay

Time in milliseconds to define when the sorting should start. [0]

disabled

Boolean that disables the sortable if set to true. [FALSE]

animation

Millisecond duration of the animation of items when sorting [0 (no animation)]

handle

CSS selector used for the drag handle selector within list items. [".my-handle"]

filter

CSS selector or JS function used for elements that cannot be dragged. [".ignore-elements"]

draggable

CSS selector of which items inside the element should be draggable. [".item"]

swapThreshold

Percentage of the target that the swap zone will take up, as a number between 0 and 1. [1]

invertSwap

Set to TRUE to set the swap zone to the sides of the target, for the effect of sorting "in between" items. [FALSE]

direction

Direction of sortable ["horizontal"]

scrollSensitivity

Number of pixels the mouse needs to be to an edge to start scrolling. [30]

scrollSpeed

Number of pixels for the speed of scrolling. [10]

onStart, onEnd

JS function called when an element dragging starts or ends

onAdd

JS function called when an element is dropped into the list from another list

onUpdate

JS function called when the sorting is changed within a list

onSort

JS function called by any change to the list (add / update / remove)

onRemove

JS function called when an element is removed from the list into another list

onFilter

JS function called when an attempt is made to drag a filtered element

onMove

JS function called when an item is moved in a list or between lists

onLoad

JS function dispatched on the "next tick" after SortableJS has initialized

Value

A list with class sortable_options

Details

Many of the SortableJS options will accept a JavaScript function. You can do this using the htmlwidgets::JS function.

References

https://github.com/sortablejs/Sortable/

See also

Examples

sortable_options(sort = FALSE)
#> $sort #> [1] FALSE #> #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "sortable_options"