|Scrollbars by mike_g | No Votes||For general use|
|Heres a pair of functions I posted on dev-crunch. But since its gone i figured i may as well put em here. Once function does a vertical scrollbar, the other a horizontal one. They work pretty much perfectly as long as you dont use more than one of each type at a time. Oh and they are not exactly very nice to look at either. |
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 13:08|
|Pretty good, except that when you try to drag one of the bars, it doesn't move at the same speed as the mouse.|
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 13:30|
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 16:24|
|I've been playing around with this sort of stuff for a few days. You will need to provide your own image for the mouse pointer.|
The get_slider_value(id$) function returns a number between 0 & 100, which represent a percentage of the slider. To get the names of the bars, look at the function create_slider_bars().
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 16:48|
|Hmm... When I move the sliders nothing seems to scroll.|
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 17:07|
|That's because it's not been done yet. I will keep you posted.|
If you include the line
after the color statement in the main loop, it will show the percentages the sliders have moved across the bars.
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 17:08|
|Cool, well what you got so far looks promising |
|Posted : Sunday, 04 March 2007, 17:12|
|Cheerz Bro... just incase you were wondering, it's going to be a tilemap editor that can manage animated backgrounds. And yes, I will post it on here as FreeWare.|
|Posted : Monday, 05 March 2007, 19:46|
|ahhhhh steve |
that looks and sounds really good.
As the power mouse, I can't wait to try it out.
And hey, animated backgrounds. Sounds really cool and from a sixties throwback..really groovy man
now, I gotta go back to work.
Now its time to say goodbye
to all my socoder friends and others too..
So--> so what
co--> rather be a Ceo instead
der..and thats alllllllll.