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That sounds like a really good idea. Even if you did accidentally drop
it,
you could always remove it by deletion.

Just thinking alound… When you move the item, presumably AJAX will
then
just update the DB, but how will it know the id of the new parent? Or am
I
being really dumb (most likely)!?

Tim


What if drag ‘n’ dropping a published page left a gray entry
representing a redirect, and pressing “delete” on that redirect row
produced a warning saying that people might be linking to that URL?

That’s how I’ve been imagining it, but dragging and dropping between
nested lists can sometimes be a little hard to do. If you make a couple
of accidental drops, you’ll end up with trailing redirects. Maybe that’s
not as much of an issue as I think though - guess we’ll see when there’s
an implementation.

Dan.


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