I would like to have a slider, which I can set up to be in range, say, from 0 to 255, which will be integer. I used the vsl slider ( https://puredata.info/docs/developer/PdFileFormat#r364 ), and that one produces float values, but I can have an
[int] box after that, and I get integers - that is fine.
However, depending on the size of the slider, sometimes the finest motion I can do with the mouse, results in jumps of more than 1 count - and the
vsl slider seems to not react on arrow key presses.
So, I would like to have the possibility to "nudge" or "step" the slider in a defined increment of 1, using the arrow keys; for instance, if you try this in HTML:
<input type="range" id="my_slider" name="my_slider" min="0" max="255" step="1" />
.... then the resulting slider can be selected with a click, and then one can press the Arrow Left/Right (or Up/Down) keys, and the slider will increment/decrement the current value for the step (here 1).
Is there anything like that - maybe an external - in PD?