algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Is there a way to have dynamic input into slider lower and upper limit? e.g. control with a slider the lower limit of another slider?
Talking about sliders.
I think that a 'step' option instead of the Slider accuracy -> Digits value would be handy.
I would not take away the Digits slider ( at times _that_ is very handy ), just add
a little box showing the current step, but that we could also edit typing in a custom step value.
So a slider going from 5.0 to 25.0 with a step value of 3, should only stop at 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20 and 23?
If I were to draw the result of the expression instead of the input on the slider UI, you could accomplish this by adding something like '5.0 + Slider * 3.0' into the expression field... (and having an integer slider with domain 0 to 6).
Would it be possible to add buttons to each side of the value on the slider to increase/decrease accordingly?
Sometimes I found that when having sliders with a big range is difficult to set particular values moving the slider, I know, lazy me that doesn't want to edit the value entering the numbers.
The next release has a text-box input. If you double click the slider track bar you can enter a numeric value. I've also added a digit scroller control that make more sense for certain cases. Works like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qya1uaPauKU
This looks really good,
Thanks a lot!
Yes, that would be cool !
Being able to write an expression and to see the resulting number shown would solve the problem. Much better than simply using a step value ...
Good idea, David !
Gets my vote.
Glad to know ... and waiting for GH 8/05 :)
Thank you !