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Changing slider range in Essentials Graphics using script

Explorer ,
Jun 06, 2020

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Hi

I have a script that adds a slider to the Essentials graphics pannel. However, I want to be able to edit the range for this slider to be higher than the default "100" using that script.

Is that possible?

Thank you

 

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Changing slider range in Essentials Graphics using script

Explorer ,
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Hi

I have a script that adds a slider to the Essentials graphics pannel. However, I want to be able to edit the range for this slider to be higher than the default "100" using that script.

Is that possible?

Thank you

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You must have missed the little blue Edit Range option that shows up just to the right of the Slider in the Essential Graphics Panel when you add a slider. If the panel is too narrow it can get hidden. You can also edit the range in the Effects Control Panel if you right-click on the slider value and select Edit Value.  The option for the range is in the popup. You can set minimum and maximum values for the slider that will show up in the Essential Graphics Panel. 

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Explorer ,
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Thank Rick, sorry if I wasn't clear - I wanted to do that using scripting

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You'll have to ask Dan. I have no idea.

 

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