UIScrollBar - change speed/add delay

Posted on 2009-02-21
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
Is there any way to take the default UIScrollBar and give it a little delay when you scroll down, kind of like an ease out....maybe the good way to explain is you pull down on the scrollbar & then slightly after the text will follow down and then easeOut
Question by:Abyssmal
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    we cant influence the script that runs the built in component directly.

    for an effect like the one your talking about.

    you may need to build a custom scroll bar yourself.

    here is a link to what i think is what your talking about.

    Author Comment

    yeah thats exactly what i'm talking about, i'm not very good with AS though...any idea on a tutorial or something of that sort?
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    Expert Comment

    i have not had any luck finding a tutorial for you as yet.
    with some luck i will find one soon or one the Experts here
    will give you what you request.


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