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| Return limits, as an [[Array]] [min, max] of slider idc of topmost user [[dialog]]. |= Description
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Latest revision as of 16:09, 10 January 2020

Introduced with Operation Flashpoint: Resistance version 1.851.85
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Description

Description:
Return limits, as an Array [min, max] of slider idc of topmost user dialog.

While main syntax only supports CT_SLIDER, the alternative syntax supports both CT_SLIDER and CT_XSLIDER

Syntax

Syntax:
sliderRange idc
Parameters:
idc: Number
Return Value:
Array - [min, max]

Alternative Syntax

Syntax:
sliderRange control
Parameters:
control: Control
Return Value:
Array - [min, max]

Examples

Example 1:
_slidelimits1 = sliderRange 105;

Additional Information

See also:
sliderPositionsliderSetPositionsliderSetRangesliderSetSpeedsliderSpeed

Notes

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