Some people have been trying to figure out a good way to make a "functional" scrollbar, so I thought I would post a mostly
functional scrollbar to use with the FileView plugin (and any other list). I say mostly
functional because you cannot grab the scrollbar and move it with the mouse since Rainmeter cannot drag and drop meters (yet!).
I first posted this scrollbar idea in this
thread, but I have since expanded on the idea and fixed the problem with that initial one (see the bottom of the linked thread).
So, here you go!
Basically there are 5 meters to making a functional scrollbar. 2 meters that run the IndexUp and IndexDown commands (they are String meters with display a up and down arrow). 1 meter that represents the "current" position relative to the items being displayed in your list. And 2 meters that run the PageUp/Down commands (they are the dark grey meters located in between the arrows and the "current" position meter).
You will notice that the "current" position meter will grow/shrink depending on the amount of items in the list. If the number of items in your list is smaller than your count, the scrollbar disappears.
Anyway, the scrollbar meters are located at the bottom of the .ini file, and there is also a Lua script to help with the calculations. Tear it up and make one for yourself.
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