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    dude719
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    Sliders

    This is my code for sliders in my D3D menu:

    Code:
    if (this->Data.ControlType == SLIDER) // New control type
    	{
    		int max = this->Data.Size.x;
    		pDrawing.DrawFilledRectangle(this->Data.Position + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position, V(this->Data.Size.x, 1), CLRWHITE);
    		pDrawing.DrawOutlinedRectangle(this->Data.Position + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position, V(this->Data.Size.x, 1), 1.0f, CLRBLACK);
    		pDrawing.DrawFilledRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), BUTTON_BACKGROUND);
    		pDrawing.DrawOutlinedRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), 1.0f, CLRBLUE);
    		printf("Slider position: %i\n", this->Vars.sliderpos);
    		if (Tools.MouseIsOver(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos-2, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 6, 9, 12) && !pMenu.Holding && this->Data.Enabled)
    		{
    			pDrawing.DrawFilledRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), BUTTON_HOVER);
    			pDrawing.DrawOutlinedRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), 1.0f, CLRBLUE);
    			if ((GetAsyncKeyState(VK_LBUTTON) || GetAsyncKeyState(VK_RBUTTON)) && (this->Vars.sliderpos <= max) && (this->Vars.sliderpos >= 0))
    			{
    				pDrawing.DrawFilledRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), CLRWHITE);
    				pDrawing.DrawOutlinedRectangle(V(this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x + this->Vars.sliderpos, this->Data.Position.y + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.y - 4), V(6, 9), 1.0f, CLRBLUE);
    				POINT cur;
    				GetCursorPos(&cur);
    				ScreenToClient(GetForegroundWindow(), &cur);
    				this->Vars.sliderpos = cur.x - (this->Data.Position.x + this->Data.WindowProperties->Position.x+3);
    				if (this->Vars.sliderpos < 0)
    					this->Vars.sliderpos = 1;
    				if (this->Vars.sliderpos > max)
    					this->Vars.sliderpos = max;
    				printf("%f\n", this->Vars.sliderpos);
    			}
    		}
    	}
    The idea behind sliders is incredibly simple

    X-----|-------------X

    Basically the X's are the boundaries of the slider, an the | is the slider to drag. The value of the slider is just based on where it is positioned on the length of the slider.


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