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[Bug 10988] add slider element

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--- Comment #2 from Jim Michaels <jmichae3@yahoo.com> 2010-10-07 09:04:30 UTC ---
Having the tick marks would be a nice visual touch, and would show where the
steps are. People expect to see that in a slider.

I propose a choice between 1 of 3 following additional attributes to the input
element:

A boolean called ticmarks.  this would simply turn on tic marks at all the
steps. 


OR

ticmajorstep=realNumber (some sort of number)
ticminorstep=realNumber (some sort of number)

OR

ticmajorstep=realNumber (some sort of number)
ticstep=realNumber (some sort of number)


The html author can decide whether they are too "fine" (too close together) and
either simply tuen off the boolean or reduce the resolution of the ticmarks by
a power of 2, like 1/2 or 1/4, etc. for visual effectiveness.  and the author
knows what they want as far as tic resolution.

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