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Re: Slider step, value does not agree with setting when sliding vs. using the arrow
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Mar 2, 2013 10:05 PM


On 3/2/2013 5:18 PM, Nasser M. Abbasi wrote: > On 3/2/2013 4:30 PM, dpb wrote: > >> Not to mention it would break the expected behavior users know from >> other Windows apps where they can typically move the slider itself to >> obtain yet more granularity than provided by the arrow/keyboard. >> > > wow, That must be some really an amazing mouse/hand coordination > where one can use the mouse to slide a slider by just say 0.0001 amount. > > How can this be possible? Can one actually control by hand the > slider values to change by such a amout? Is this like super lazer > type of mouse?
What the amount is all depends on the range specified; it's the pixel resolution that's the controlling amount and that's fixed by the hardware/display/etc., ...
> But to obtain exact values from Slider, another simple solution > (other than having an option as I said before) it to allow > a small popup window to use to enter in it a more exact value > whenneeded. > > This is what Mathematica does....
So use Mathematica... :) or code your ownyou could create such yourself if want.




