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How to set the LargeChange and SmallChange properties for the SfRangeSlider Control?

The LargeChange and SmallChange are attached properties of the SfRangeSlider that specifies the distance of a thumb to be moved when the SfRangeSlider bar is clicked. The default value of LargeChange and SmallChange is 1.

To set the LargeChange and SmallChange properties for the SfRangeSlider, you need to add the SnapsTo and MoveToPoint properties of the SfRangeSlider.

How to set the SmallChange property for the SfRangeSlider

To set the SmallChange property for the SfRangeSlider, the SnapsTo value should be set as StepValues and MoveToPoint should be set as IncrementBySmallChange. So, the range of the SfRangeslider adds or subtracts the SmallChange from the value of the SfRangeSlider.

You can refer to the following code example.

XAML

 

C#

How to set the LargeChange property for the SfRangeSlider

To set the Largechange for the SfRangeSlider, the SnapsTo value should be set as StepValues and MoveToPoint should be set as IncrementByLargeChange. So, the range of the SfRangeslider adds or subtracts the LargeChange from the value of the SfRangeSlider.

You can refer to the following code example.

XAML

 

C#

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control: .NET Framework: Product Version:
4091 02/18/2015 02/18/2015 WPF SfRangeSlider 4.5 12.4.0.24
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