01-31-2014 04:10 AM
You will have to create it yourself, you can't rotate existing Fields.
For some ideas on how to to this, review the slider included in here:
01-31-2014 05:42 AM
We understand what you want, what we need to understand is which part of doing this is causing your problems. There is no point explaining how to do the parts of this that you already know, that is a waste of our time (and yours).
or are you wanting someone to write this for you?
01-31-2014 05:50 AM - edited 01-31-2014 05:51 AM
I am using below code to get slider
private SliderField vslider;
vslider = new SliderField(normalThumb,normalProgress,normalBase,
also adding to the manger. but slider displaying horizontally. What should i do to tilt it vertically.
01-31-2014 08:04 AM
Haven't I already answered that question:
You will have to rewrite SliderField to work vertically. You have the code, go for it...
02-01-2014 12:54 AM
Sorry. I didnt get you. In that sample only horizontal sliders are there. How can i show vertically? I can add y-axis to that horizontal slider but i dont want like that. Design should be vertical. Please help me any css is there or rotation can be possible???
02-01-2014 08:33 AM - edited 02-01-2014 08:34 AM
"How can i show vertically?"
By re-writing the code to display it vertically.
"any css is there"
No - everything that is related to the Field is in the sample code in Java.
"rotation can be possible"
No - I repeat "you can't rotate existing Fields".
To do this, you are gong to have to understand how to create a Field in Java, then re-write parts of the SliderField as required. You will probably need new vertical assets as well - which you can probably easily create by rotating the assets supplied with the sample using a PC based image manipulation utility.
A good start to learning how to do this, is this KB article: