Yeah i know that, but the question is why there is a option which is
doing almost the thing i wanna realize but it isnt working?
And if you wanna use a slider from 0 to 10.000.000 and you got
millions of steps? Than you use an array with millions values?
That cant be the solution, so thats why im asking if there are some
informations why it isnt working...
But anyway thank you very much for your answer.
On Sep 5, 8:34 pm, Walter Lee Davis <wa...@wdstudio.com> wrote:
> Try the values option. Set it to an array of [0,1000,2000 ... ] and
> your slider will "stick" at those options, like detents in an f-stop
> ring on your camera.
> On Sep 2, 2010, at 2:51 AM, TK wrote:
> > I wanna make a slider which is working like a discrete slider.
> > That means that i have a range from 0 to 100.000 and the values should
> > only be 0,1.000,2.000,3.000,4.000...and so on.
> > I know that there is a option for the sliders called "values", but
> > that cant be the solution. Because if i have a slider from 0 to
> > 1.000.000 and the steps should be 0,100,200,300,400,500...and so on, i
> > would have 10.000 values in the "values"-option.
> > So i saw herehttp://wiki.github.com/madrobby/scriptaculous/slider
> > that there is the option called "increment" and the description is the
> > functionality i am searching for.
> > "Defines the relationship of value to pixels. Setting this to 1 will
> > mean each movement of 1 pixel equates to 1 value. "
> > But it istn working, ive tested around so much hours...maybe anyone
> > here can help me or tell me more about it?
> > Thanks in advance
> > TK
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