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Slider bar - Slider from both ends

 
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Hi,

I wanted to have a slider bar for selecting a range of values between minimum and maximum. For example if min value is 1 and max is 100 I should be able to select range from 72 to 91. For this purpose a I tried to use a slider bar but since it provides only one value and not a range of values, it doesn't serve the purpose.

Does anyone know of any Slider bar in GWT or any other external library support for this dual ended slider bar?

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Suhas
 
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Which slider bar did you use?
 
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I am using com.google.gwt.gen2.picker.client.SliderBar.
 
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Check out http://google-web-toolkit-incubator.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/demo/SliderBar/index.html
I havent used it myself, but from the example it looks like you can define the min/max values
 
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Hey thanks for the reply,

Actually if you see in the link the sliding pointer is only one so you can select only one value. I want to have a selection of range of values.
For example, I am supposed to display set of medicines for different age groups say 12 - 30 and 30 - 50 the min age is 5 and max is 105
The slider bar should have sliding facility at both endpoints i.e user should be able to select any range of values and not a single value.

Regards,
Suhas
 
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No idea sorry. I haven't seen such a slider bar ever.
 
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Check this image. This is what I want to achieve.

Thanks and Regards,
Suhas
Filename: slider-bar-screen-shot.bmp
File size: 768 Kbytes
 
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Sorry no idea. Personally I find it a very confusing user control and I would not recommend it.
 
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just a suggestion:
you could also use the native scrollbar as a slider component:

This is what i had done some time ago with an instance variable :msg which is a Label.



 
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Suhas Bilaye wrote:Check this image. This is what I want to achieve.

Thanks and Regards,
Suhas



That looks great. Do you have the Source code that you used?
 
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