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  1. Sorry for the late response. @OSUblake you are right, nesting fixed elements within such a structure is not the right way and yes, with JS i can change pretty much everything - but in this case its a complex project setup/structure and i dont know the impact if i change the DOM structure. "Resetting" wrapping elements to position "static" was helpful, thank you everyone!
  2. Thank you for the quick response @GreenSock and @Rodrigo. The fix (.../16327/Draggable-latest-beta.js) apparently works for a simple nested structure only. I extended the example PEN (https://codepen.io/anon/pen/rPyGqa) by another relative positioned div-element which will again break the mouse-behavior. As i mentioned, the DOM-structure unfortunately cannot be changed - and there are more nested elements until the fixed positioned element comes up. Again, thanks in advance.
  3. Hi there, in one of the projects i am currently working on, i implemented a "Draggable" (nothing special) to provide some kind of knob for the user. Everything works fine as expected, until the DOM-structure has been changed (unfortunately it has to be that way). The knob now shows some strange behavior. I forked a PEN (https://codepen.io/GreenSock/pen/ywpet -> https://codepen.io/anon/pen/yZMLEV) to show what i mean and only added some HTML and CSS to build a minimal setup. The problem is, that the mouse is not following the knob-handler as precise as before. Does anyone knows this behavior and has some hint for me? Thanks in advance!
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