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Rough and fine adjustments with horizontal slider
I'm used to scrolling being thrice as effective as arrowkeys in Firefox. I want to give the ability to quickly and roughly adjust values by hovering over the slider and using the scrollwheel. Finest ...
Aug 3 '11 at 16:04
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