richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Fri Sep 30 13:41:47 EDT 2011
On 09/30/2011 08:18 PM, Ronald Zellner wrote:
> I am using scrollbars (sliders) to obtain ratings on a series of topics.
> Obviously, I need to have the default position of the slider at zero or at some mid point. Is there an alternative to that?
> Also, a problem with sliders is you can't tell when people are simply satisfied with the default position for an item and when they forgot to answer that item.
> Anyone know of a visible attribute change that would indicate that the person at least touched the slider? (e.g. on mouseUp)
"I touched it" Latrine in "Robin Hood, Men in Tights"
> I know I can check for untouched sliders by using a variable and then prompt them to rate those items or change a graphic, etc. , but was wondering if there is a visual attribute that can be changed.
Better go for a mouseDown rather than a mouseUp, as the punter (whoops,
might slide their pointer off the control when they change their mind.
I just mocked up a stack containing a slider and a fld "fTOUCH" and put
the script of the slider:
"put "Touched Me!" into fld "fTOUCH"
rocket-science it ain't . . . :)
> Anyone played with this before?
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