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HC3 Slider Control


Bodyart

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Guys,
I have here a weird situation, which I don't really get.
I have a slider defined:

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According to the manual I have defined a QA function:
 

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But when I use the slider in QA, I get aan error, which I don't understand:
 

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Can someone explain, what am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.

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Looks strange. You sure it's an uppercase 'I' and not a lowercase 'L'  in 'Intensity' ?

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  • 20 minutes ago, jgab said:

    Looks strange. You sure it's an uppercase 'I' and not a lowercase 'L'  in 'Intensity' ?

    I'm sure and to by sure, I've just copied the word from the slider parameters.

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  • I've solved it, by changing the name of slider from "Intensity" to "Int", but I still don't understand the issue.

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    9 hours ago, Bodyart said:

    I've solved it, by changing the name of slider from "Intensity" to "Int", but I still don't understand the issue.

    You had some strange character in the name - no problem with 9 character in the name.

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