Fl::RepeatButton - Button that Reapeats Callback when Held
use Fl; my $adj = Fl::Adjuster->new(0, 0, 100, 200, 'Hello, World!');
The Fl::Adjuster class represents a widget for large dynamic ranges.
When you press a button and drag to the right the value increases. When you drag to the left it decreases. The largest button adjusts by 100 * step(), the next by 10 * step() and that smallest button by step(). Clicking on the buttons increments by 10 times the amount dragging by a pixel does. Shift + click decrements by 10 times the amount.
Fl::Adjuster inherits from Fl::Valuator which in turns inherits from Fl::Widget. On top of that, it exposes the following methods...
my $adj_a = Fl::Adjuster->new(0, 0, 250, 500, 'Important Stuff'); my $adj_b = Fl::Adjuster->new(0, 0, 250, 500);
The constructor creates a new widget using the given position, size, and label. It looks best if one of the dimensions is 3 times the other.
The destructor removes the widget.
my $adj_a->soft( 1 ); my soft = $adj_b->soft( );
If "soft" is turned on, the user is allowed to drag the value outside the range.
If they drag the value to one of the ends, let go, then grab again and continue to drag, they can get to any value. Default is on (1).
Copyright (C) Sanko Robinson.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Sanko Robinson <email@example.com>