Scrollbar/slider attributes

Peter M. Brigham, MD pmbrig at gmail.com
Fri Sep 30 19:47:18 EDT 2011


Perhaps you could have a radiobutton that is labeled "no opinion" and make it hilited by default on opencard, then on mousedown in the slider, uncheck the button? Then if the user changes his/her mind and wants to vote "no opinion" s/he could check the button again and the slider could revert to 0 (you would ignore these values anyway).

-- Peter

Peter M. Brigham
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On Sep 30, 2011, at 6:43 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:

> Hi Ron, Richmond:
> 
> Since we receive adequate scrolling feedback when a field has the scroll of its associated scrollbars manipulated, could you, perhaps, connect a field to your slider in some manner and set that field's scrolling to meaningful values? I'm not sure how that might work and how visibility of the field could be used or possibly have it's "width" property set to "0", essentially making it invisible.
> 
> Just thinking out of the box, since I really don't understand your needs very well!
> 
> Joe Wilkins
> Architect
> 
> On Sep 30, 2011, at 3:28 PM, Ronald Zellner wrote:
> 
>>> Message: 6
>>> Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 20:41:47 +0300
>>> From: Richmond Mathewson <richmondmathewson at gmail.com>
>>> To: How to use LiveCode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>
>>> Subject: Re: Scrollbar/slider attributes
>>> Message-ID: <4E85FF5B.5070702 at gmail.com>
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>>> 
>>> Better go for a mouseDown rather than a mouseUp, as the punter (whoops, 
>>> "end-user")
>>> 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 
>>> this into
>>> the script of the slider:
>>> 
>>> on mouseDown
>>>  "put "Touched Me!" into fld "fTOUCH"
>>> end mouseDown
>>> 
>>> rocket-science it ain't . . .  :)
>> 
>> Yes, I know how to record the mouse downs, etc, in variables or fields, but I was hoping to be able to make a visible change in the slider to alert the user to those that had been responded to and those that had not.
>> 
>> In the past I have had checkmarks appear next to the slider to indicate that it was used, but I was wondering if something could be incorporated into the slider itself (e.g. color)
> 
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