I've been wracking my brain about this for a few days, but no clean way is making itself obvious to me and I was wondering if any of you have run across something similar and how you solved it. If this is way off topic, let me know that too (and maybe suggest a forum?)
I have a list of 20 statements on the screen (HTML interface) and I need the user to arrange those elements in their order of preference. After ordering the items, the user needs to confirm their ordering or make changes if they need to.
Have you dealt with anything like this? How do you go about solving your user interface problems and what suggestions do you have for solving widgets like this?
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