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Reverse value slider


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Is there a way with a command to inverse the slider's value?

Normally the slider value is 0 - 100, but I want it reversed, so from 100 - 0

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reverse no idea, one can however play with mix/max values as described here

 

 

when setting to negative value, so the slider show values e.g. from -100 to -1

 

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here example and some latest rules how to use it

 

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  • 21 hours ago, tinman said:

    reverse no idea, one can however play with mix/max values as described here

     

     

    when setting to negative value, so the slider show values e.g. from -100 to -1

     

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    here example and some latest rules how to use it

     

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    I  found a working solution for reverse the slider value:

     

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