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yogiyang Posted - Mar 17 2020 : 01:30:23

Does anyone know of any trackbar control which supports multiple thumbs on one single trackbar?

I am looking for a trackbar which supports 2 or 3 thumbs on the same trackbar.

If anyone knows of any such VCL control please do point me to that control's web page/site.

I am using Delhi 10.3 Rio for this particular project.


Yogi Yang
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yogiyang Posted - Mar 21 2020 : 00:50:12

Thanks for the suggestions.

I finally modified the code of a sample in GR32 to create a slider with three thumbs.

I am using this code at the moment.


Yogi Yang
xequte Posted - Mar 17 2020 : 16:30:30

ImageEn does it using a TRulerBox (in ImageEn component folder). You can see an example of it in previews.pas (you need to remove the IEINCLUDEDIALOGIP IFDEF and reopen it to view the form).

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spetric Posted - Mar 17 2020 : 10:40:08
Far as I know, there are commercial TMS and DevExpress multi-slider components, a free one (which I often use, with nice options) called MultiSlider, but it's written in C++.

Regarding free Delphi multi-slider, this one may be of interest (a simple one):