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2D All the way! / scrollbar demo

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Phaelax
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Posted: 21st Apr 2012 23:02 Edited at: 21st Apr 2012 23:02
Just a snippet I made for a larger program. Use it for what its worth. (edit, this was suppose to be code snippets board)



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Daniel wright 2311
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Posted: 1st Jun 2012 07:24 Edited at: 1st Jun 2012 07:24
what value do I use to change anything? what is the value name?

example

if what? =10 then this happens

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zeroSlave
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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 06:11 Edited at: 2nd Jun 2012 08:56
sliders(id).value would be my guess.

Good job, Phaelax! Could be pretty slick to add a style variable in the function variables and you could have a few more options for appearance. Could also have a orientation variable in there so you could have vertical and horizontal sliders as well. Either way, great job!

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Daniel wright 2311
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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 07:14
Quote: "sliders(id).value would be my guess."


And this is what I thought to,but it did nothing at all,this is why I came to ask,I tryed every thing in the code and nothing changed so I was real confused.

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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 08:53 Edited at: 2nd Jun 2012 08:57
sliders(id).value where 'id' is the number of your slider sent to the function: slider(id, x, y, width, height, minVal, maxVal)

Try putting this:
after the slider(1, 200,100, 200, 20, 0, 50) in the main loop.

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Daniel wright 2311
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Posted: 2nd Jun 2012 21:17
Ok, thank you,I need this.

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Phaelax
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Posted: 13th Jun 2012 03:43
I made up two quick functions to get and set the value. The function for setting the value takes most of the same parameters you'd use when drawing the slider. Now this snippet I just made quickly for another program and posted it just for the heck of it. So ideally, you'd probably want most of those values describing the slider stored in a UDT and simply pass that into the function instead.



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