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FM Pro button question

FM Pro button question

FM Pro button question

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Hello,

I'm working with FMPro 13 and want to create a field with a slider like you would find on a volume or balance slider on an audio sound device. The slider would allow the user to click on the slider and move it left to go to a lower number value and to the right for a higher number value. The value would be a range, let's say from 100 to 200. I'd also like the user to be able to type a value in (I.E., 155) instead of sliding the value. I looked at the slider feature in FMPro 13 but it has a different use than what I'm trying to do. Any ideas on this? I was looking for buttons, icons, etc. that would do it, but thus far, web searches for that have not found anything. Thanks in advance.

Bests,

~Rick

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