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Ruben van Gaalen
Posted Oct 20 - Read on Facebook

Hi! I'm working on a prototype with a draggable list and used: https://share.framerjs.com/exw00nylgvo3/ as an example.

It's great, but I'd like to target the layers separately to add some extra content (text and image, like in the picture I uploaded). What would be the most efficient way to do this without changing too much of the framer example code?

3 Comments

Ruben van Gaalen

Thank you Travis! Much appreciated!

Travis Hall

I don't have much time to write up, but here's a brief explanation. I'd store the strings you want to appear in the items array, loop through that using "for item, i in items" item = the string, i = the index.
I'd create separate layers for the index label and Drag icon and set the parent as the main layer. You can then access and update the child layers, when you get the index of the layer being dragged

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