Just started working with sliders and I can see a fill value but not the slider. If I set the slider red and the fill transparent I see nothing. If I make the fill blue I see blue but no red slider. Probably something small that I am missing...
I am tweaking coils in a filter circuit, where each is tweaked to raise the Q value. So my goal is to have 2 sliders, one that fills to show the current value and a separate slider that gets bumped up to the max value reached and doesn't go back down.
In the attached I have hooked up 5 sliders with different fill types just so I can try to see the slider. If and when that works as I hope I will bundle 2 values for the max and current values.
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Maybe it is not a bug but until I customized the control the slider was not visible at all. Seems that if it can be turned on in the properties, etc it should be visible without having to create a custom control.
Thanks for noticing and replying to my post, even though the solution had been accepted.
I looked at the vertical pointer slide. Its slider looks like a control to me. It is also bullet shaped and largely outside the fill area. I could cram it into the fill area but I want a rectangular bar to lay on top of the fill or float if the fill drops. Perhaps there is a way to change the bullet shape but it is not making itself apparent to me.
My solution was use the progress bar, first slider w/ colored fill & transparent slider. Add a 2nd slider, transparent fill and a contrasting slider. The slider had to be filled to make it visible.
When editing the control and while in tweezer (blow torch) mode you can right click on the slider and import picture from file clipboard...