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Re: [ydn-javascript] Slider with different sensities

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  • Frank Dietrich
    I never worked with the slider but, I guess You ll need to analyse this in code. You could set the Slider s min-value to 1 and max to 168. then check the
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 31, 2008
      I never worked with the slider but, I guess You'll need to analyse this in code.
       
      You could set the Slider's min-value to 1 and max to 168.
      then check the selected value in a case statement
      up to 60 take the value
      up to 98 take 60 + ((value-60) *5)
      up to 128 take 250+ ((value-98)*25)
       
      and so forth.
       
      HTH
       
      Frank

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      On 31.08.08 at 15:29 Dominik Stiefermann wrote:
      Hi, I would like to build a double-slider with unregular steps in the end.
      The Slider should control a price range within a shop from 1 Euro to 5000 Euro within a 200px slider.

      The Slider should work with different sensibility depending on the price:

      until 60 Euro 1 > 1 step (1,2,3,4,5,6,...)
      until 250 Euro > 5 (60,65,70,75,80,...)
      until 1000 > 25 ( 250,275,300,...)
      until 5000 > 100 (1100, 1200, 1300, ....)

      Does anyone have an idea how to realize this?
           
      minValue : 1, 
      maxValue : 5000, 

      Thank you so much for your support!

      Dominik


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    • Lucas Smith
      ... the end. ... 5000 Euro within a 200px slider. ... Schutz gegen Massenmails. ... Slider and DualSlider values are pixel offsets. As you ve seen in the
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 2 8:53 AM
        --- In ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com, Dominik Stiefermann
        <domstie@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hi, I would like to build a double-slider with unregular steps in
        the end.
        > The Slider should control a price range within a shop from 1 Euro to
        5000 Euro within a 200px slider.
        >
        > The Slider should work with different sensibility depending on the
        price:
        >
        > until 60 Euro 1 > 1 step (1,2,3,4,5,6,...)
        > until 250 Euro > 5 (60,65,70,75,80,...)
        > until 1000 > 25 ( 250,275,300,...)
        > until 5000 > 100 (1100, 1200, 1300, ...)
        >
        > Does anyone have an idea how to realize this?
        >
        >
        >
        > minValue : 1,
        > maxValue : 5000,
        > Thank you so much for your support!
        >
        > Dominik
        >
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        Slider and DualSlider values are pixel offsets. As you've seen in the
        examples, translating them into a "real" value is up to the
        implementation. In your case, you could augment the DualSlider
        instance with a method to translate the pixel offset into the
        appropriate value from 1-5000 based on your scaling rules, then add a
        getMinValue and getMaxValue that referenced this method with
        myDSlider.minVal and myDSlider.maxVal as input.

        Hope this helps,
        Luke
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