slider class

The slider widget provides a vertical or horizontal slider.
Inherits
object widget
Description
The slider is the classic widget for controlling a bounded value.
It lets the user move a slider along a horizontal or vertical groove
and translates the slider's position into an integer value within the legal range.[/classfnc]()
Functions
$setOrientation(<orientation:string>)
Sets the slider's orientation.
Orientation value can be "Horizontal" or "Vertical".
$setTracking(<bTracking:boolean>)
Sets whether slider tracking is enabled to enable.
Value can be 1 or 0.
$setMaxValue(<value:integer>)
Sets maximum value for slider's range.
$setMinValue(<minv_value:integer>)
Sets minimum value for slider's range.
$setLineStep(<line_step:integer>)
Sets the line step to <line_step>.
$setPageStep(<page_step:integer>)
Sets the page step to <page_step>.
$setTickmarks(<tick_marks:string>)
Sets the tickmark settings for this slider.
Values are:
NoMarks - do not draw any tickmarks.
Both - draw tickmarks on both sides of the groove.
Above - draw tickmarks above the (horizontal) slider
Below - draw tickmarks below the (horizontal) slider
Left - draw tickmarks to the left of the (vertical) slider
Right - draw tickmarks to the right of the (vertical) slider
$setTickInterval(<value>)
Sets the interval between tickmarks.
<integer> $value()
Returns slider value.
<integer> $minValue()
Returns slider minValue.
<integer> $maxValue()
Returns slider maxValue.
<integer> $lineStep()
Returns slider lineStep value.
<integer>$pageStep()
Returns slider pageStep value.
$valueChangedEvent(<new slider value:integer>)
This function is called by the framework when the slider value is changed and return the new slider value as its argument.
The default implementation emits the $valueChanged() signal, so it is easy to handle the values from many sliders without reimplementing the $valueChangedEvent() for every one.
Note: If you reimplement this function to catch the slider value, you will have to emit the signal by yourself (if you still need it, obviously).
Signals
$valueChanged()
This signal is emitted by the default implementation of [classfnc]valueChangedEvent[/classfnc]().
If you reimplement that function you will have to emit the signal manually (if you still need it).

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