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scrollbar
Basics
Expander triangle
Type
Object
Syntax
Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
A control that indicates a position or setting.
Examples

set the style of scrollbar "Progress" to progress
if the thumbPosition of scrollbar "Level" > 400 then doOverflow

Additional Comments
Expander triangle

Use the scrollbar object type to display the current level or the progress of a task, or to let the user set a level or amount.

Comments:

A scrollbar can be displayed as a standard scroll bar, a progress bar, or a sliding control, depending on the setting of the scrollbar's style property. Scrollbars can be vertical or horizontal, depending on whether their height or width is greater.

A scrollbar is contained in a card, group, or background. Scrollbars cannot contain other objects.

The scrollbar object has a number of properties and messages associated with it. To see a list of messages that can be sent to a scrollbar as a result of user actions or internal Revolution events, open the "Revolution Language Dictionary" page of the main Documentation window, ensure that the scrollbar column is visible and use sort and filter to bring the relevant entries to the top

User Comments
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Jim Lambert
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Jan 5, 2010
setting the style to 'scale' will give you a slider. But setting to 'scrollbar' will give you either scrollbar or 'little arrows', depending on the bar's setting prior to being a slider. Setting to 'Little Arrows' seems to set it to 'scrollbar' not little arrows.