Looking for a widget for selecting minimum and maximum in an interval
Is there any widget that looks something like this :
I need such a widget that has :
- Assignable minimum and maximum
- Two movable handles for enlarging the minimum / reducing the maximum
- The currently selected values are displayed near the handles
in QML theres the RangeSlider, for QWidgets we don't have a predefined RangeSlider widget. You'll have to create your own.
Googling for QRangeSlider gave this result:
Googling for QSelectionSlider gave exactly one result:
This persons git-page
might be usefull.
Thanks for your answer, but one is in Python while I use C++, and QSelectionSlider is not it and looks like this:
but one is in Python while I use C++
but it uses Qt right?
It does - but there are hundreds of lines in a language that I don't know ...
Well im not sure it will have 2 handles anyway
at least not like u show.
but its styleable so may it could but i doubt it.
from samples it looks like
Anyway, there is also
Libqxt seems to require more than just the bare files of the class QxtSpanSlider. I downloaded the source, and it contains references to various internal functions of the library. I really hesitate to use such a large body of code, containing many references to various internal functions of the library, as I would probably end up by incorporating the entire library.
Has nobody ever come up with something simple and self-contained ?
Yep Libqxt is a collection of widgets and they do reuse from the base.
I have not seen anything like the one you have shown. There has been questions about making a dual slider
if you use the search function but none provide a complete solution.
There are samples around you could adapt.
this one might be useful
But as with all samples, it will need some work to be complete.
Thanks, but I have seen this answer and it's too much work just to beautify somewhat the UI.
I have for the moment I replaced this widget by from-to text fields which work just as well, although not as beautiful.
A great pity that such a widget is not provided as standard, but that's life.
Yeah, sadly more focus on QML than extending the range of standard widgets included.
Also, for one widget, its a lot of work to make sure it works correctly across all
However, the class SuperSlider linked to works fairly well so would not been that much extra work
but i agree its maybe be overkill of you need use it only once.