Can you get JSliders to set non whole numbers?

Posted on 2004-08-29
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
I would like to set up a JSlider to allow you to pick a number between 0.000000 and 100.000000.  

I can do approximately the same thing by using 0-100000000 and just dividing by 1000000 and displaying the divided number to the user, but is there a way to do it properly?
Question by:Dawkins

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no it only support int's.

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You could create a subclass of JSlider and implement it yourself.

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