Scrollbar documentation

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at
Wed Feb 2 09:40:46 EST 2005

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Chalk up another place where the docs need to be updated!  You are 
using Rev 2.5, right?

 From the documentation window, click on the "Objects" button, with the 
"Filter with:" field empty.  Expand "Objects", then "Scrollbar" on the 
left.  From there you can get the lists of properties and messages.

Look at the "thumbSize" and "thumbPosition" properties; not sure if 
these work for sliders or not, but offhand they seem to be the closest 

On Feb 1, 2005, at 9:36 PM, Sivakatirswami wrote:

> I've never used scroll bars and now need to figure it out... having 
> trouble with the docs. which say:
> "The scrollbar object has a number of properties and messages 
> associated with it. To see a list of messages that can be sent to a 
> scrollbar as a result of user actions or internal Revolution events, 
> open the "Transcript Language Dictionary" page of the main 
> Documentation window, and choose "Scrollbar Messages" from the Show 
> menu at the top. To see a list of all the properties a scrollbar can 
> have, choose "Scrollbar Properties" from the Show menu."
> I don't see any of this...
> if one enters  "scrollbar" with the dictionary on... is the filter 
> giving us what is described above? I can only assume so.
> How do I change the size of the icon used for the thumb on a slider 
> set to "show value" ? This little guy is pretty "fat" and I would like 
> to make him a bit smaller
> Sivakatirswami
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