The following topic describes all visual elements and terms used in a standard RadRangeSlider control.
The RadRangeSlider control consists of one RangeSliderPrimitive control and two ScalePrimitive controls. Each of these controls could be used as a seperate control.
These are all visual elements in a standard RadRangeSlider control:
This scale is visualized at the bottom when the orientation of the slider is horizontal,
and at right when the orientation is verical. It can be styled through the
BottomRightScaleStyle property of the RadRangeSlider.
This scale is visualized at the top when the orientation of the slider is horizontal,
and at left when the orientation is verical. It can be styled through the
TopLeftScaleStyle property of the RadRangeSlider.
This thumb indicates the start of the selected range - associated with the SelectionStart
This thumb indicates the end of the selected range - associated with the SelectionEnd
This thumb marks the area between the SelectionStartThumb and SelectionEndThumb.
It represents the track element along which the thumbs are sliding.
Marks specific values on the scale.
The axis line of the slider scale.
This is the visual representation of the Minimum and Maximum values on the scale.
The header of the RadRangeSlider control.
The RadRangeSlider control also visualizes several tooltips:
- Displayed when the pointer enters the scale - shows the value corresponding the current position of the pointer.
- Displayed when the user changes the selection range.
The visual structure of the tooltip depends on whether the user drags the middle thumb or one one of the side thumbs.
Displays the SelectionStart and SelectionEnd values when the user drags the middle thumb.
Displays the SelectionStart, SelectionEnd values, and their difference when the user drags the left or the right thumb.