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pcakhilnadh
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Slider Control increment value by 0.5

With respect to blog post https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Ideas/Slider-Control-Increment-Setting/idi-p/7032#com... ,

 

 

Is it possible to increment the slider value by 0.5? If so how?

 

I want the slider to show [ 0.5,1,1.5,2,2.5,3,3.5,4,4.5,5 .... 23,23.5,24 ]

 

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iltoningui
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Hi @pcakhilnadh,

You can achieve this by creating a slider from 1 to 10, set the ShowValue to false and use the slider value as Slider1.Value/2

 

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iltoningui
Super User
Super User

Hi @pcakhilnadh,

You can achieve this by creating a slider from 1 to 10, set the ShowValue to false and use the slider value as Slider1.Value/2

 

iltoningui_0-1626935929502.png

 

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Thanks for the answer.
Can some way I can customize default show value to show a custom value by setting or changing any properties? I know it can be done using a custom componenet. Just wanted to know if there is any default property available

iltoningui
Super User
Super User

I think you have to use a custom component or a label

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