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Author: Subject: Initial position of slider
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posted on 11/5/2009 at 05:44 PM Reply With Quote
Initial position of slider


We are using this slider to fill a percentage value in reverse (i.e. low right, high left) but we are starting from a certain point (i.e. we have a certain percentage pre-calculated). We are doing this by setting the minimum value to be this precalculated percentage. This works fine but we need to know where along the slider bar the slider sits so that we can overwrite the already filled in with certain information (actually a Div containing some mouseover text, with a different background color).
The attached image shows the application. The grey band on the rhs represents the "pre-filled" value (which is a DIV with a mouseover on it). In this case it represents 15% and the slider's start point is at 32%. What we need to know is how - if the start point was 15% - to position the left hand side of the DIV at the slider image's start point.
How is the slider's absolute position determined?
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