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Tick values not visible on small scale

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132968 Oct 1,2017 03:15 PM Oct 2,2017 06:52 AM JavaScript 2
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Marco Giorgi
Asked On October 1, 2017 03:15 PM

I've included a slider in my js project but I'm not able to show the tick values over the scale.

here is how I've defined:

            $("#default").ejSlider({
                value: 1,
                showScale:true,
              maxValue:7,
              minValue:1,
              showSmallTicks:true
            });

I need to show all the tick values from 1 to 7 over the scale.

I hope there's a way!


Marco Giorgi
Replied On October 1, 2017 03:20 PM

I've included a slider in my js project but I'm not able to show the tick values over the scale.

here is how I've defined:

            $("#default").ejSlider({
                value: 1,
                showScale:true,
              maxValue:7,
              minValue:1,
              showSmallTicks:true
            });

I need to show all the tick values from 1 to 7 over the scale.

I hope there's a way!


solved by setting largeStep:1:

            $("#default").ejSlider({

                value: 1,

                showScale:true,

              maxValue:7,

              minValue:1,

              showSmallTicks:true,

              largeStep:1

            });



Ashokkumar Balasubramanian [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 2, 2017 06:52 AM

Hi Marco, 
 
In our Slider component, Default we have specified the largeStep value as 10. For your provided code block, you have used the maxValue as 7, It’s lesser than largeStep value, so we are unable to calculate distance between two major ticks from the scale of Slider. So only in our Slider component ticks are not rendered properly. For this scenario, we have suggested to specify the largeStep value. 
 
Please let us know, if you have any concern on this. 
 
Regards, 
Ashokkumar B.    


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