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Drag (Value)



Again, this is so simple I'm not sure it hadn't existed before. Yet, here it is.
This let's you click/press and drag one or more values depending on one or more buttons.

Have fun, I made two versions, a binary version and a dynamic/source-code version. Whichever you like best. Personally I'm a fan of binaries so that's why you get that version. If anyone would have a look at my code and give me tips that'd be great :)

Future versions might include the "apple feature" a.k.a. inertia-based dragging.

/edit: better helppatch now


Drag (Value) (binary).zip
25.04.11 [14:25 UTC] by Grandchild | 748 downloads
v1.0 - Contains the .dll and the helppatch
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Drag (Value) (source).zip
25.04.11 [14:25 UTC] by Grandchild | 583 downloads
v1.0 - Contains the source code (.csproj, .cs) and the helppatch

bo27 25/04/2011 - 10:20

nice! thanks
but for me works only in vvvv/plugin folder. could you make it more relative?

Grandchild 25/04/2011 - 11:23

You mean the helppatch? I have no idea why it doesn't open on F1 when it's in the help folder. I think it should work from there but it doesn't. Anything that I missed?

kalle 25/04/2011 - 12:25

search the xml for all instances of the Drag-plugin:

<NODE componentmode="Hidden" filename="%VVVV%\plugins\Drag (Value).dll" managers="" nodename="Drag (Value)" systemname="Drag (Value)">

and change to

<NODE componentmode="Hidden" filename="Drag (Value).dll" managers="" nodename="Drag (Value)" systemname="Drag (Value)">

just delete the %VVVV%\plugins\ -thing.

nice plugin btw.
i used modules for this.

Grandchild 25/04/2011 - 13:03

Ah thanks kalle! Updated in a sec...

Yeah I used modules for that too so far, but this is one example that's much simpler (and thus presumably faster) in textual code than in graphical code.

u7angel 26/04/2011 - 13:08

nice helppatch btw.

tonfilm 17/08/2011 - 00:26

just had a look at the code and saw that you access the pin slices by doing a modulo by the pin slice count. no need for that, the ISpread<T> does this for you of course, its a real spread :)

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