algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Slider objects are just about finished. Only thing lacking is the textfield input. This animation shows (in order of appearance):
(0:00) Three types of slider display; knob, bar and grip. The bar slider has an icon associated with it instead of text. The sliders have been added to the same 'bundle', meaning they co-ordinate their layout so that the rail and the grips line up vertically.
(0:06) Numeric popup while dragging a knob.
(0:20) One of the states of the icon can be slaved to the slider value, thus resulting in an animated icon.
(0:30) A slider with named presets and snapping. Presets need not be spaced equally.
(0:40) Slider values can be incremented/decremented by the smallest possible amount using the [-] or [+] keys, or the arrow keys.
(0:53) Sliders can be snapped to the nearest preset using [.]
(1:01) Sliders can be set to the lowest/highest possible value using [Home] or [End]
(1:12) Zooming in increases the accuracy of a slider.