Mutiple object manipulation slider
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Mutiple object manipulation slider

Updated Apr 30, 2009 by _Martin_


sViz
Comment #1 Thursday, April 30, 2009 7:22 PM
Awesome! Thanks, Martin.   
RedneckDude
Comment #2 Thursday, April 30, 2009 8:59 PM
This is cool, and I thank you. But in order to make it work for me, I would have to hav obj1 thru obj120. Too many things to do it this way. Thanks!   
_Martin_
Comment #3 Friday, May 01, 2009 1:48 AM
As long as you can apply logic to the object naming then you can do it, even in several goes if required ...

Code: vbscript
  1. For Each o in DesktopX.Objects
  2. n = o.Name
  3. If Left(n,3) = "obj" Then o.Hue = x
  4. If Instr(n,"calendar") > 0 Then o.Hue = x
  5. Next
etc.
It just needs some planning to do. Believe in DeskNotes it's a bit more complex with all the objects, some of which are dynamically created. For this I actually have a script funtion dedicated to recoloring, which receives a value from this slider!
irly
Comment #4 Tuesday, May 05, 2009 6:35 AM
_MARTIN_ !!! -bows- Love to see you back! Thankyou for your works & scripts!
Also like to thank you for including an explanation for the script.

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