21 Replies
Eileen Meliksetian

This would be a great feature, especially for software simulation training. Currently I am using scrolling panels that house images that also have scrolling panels for our application training. It would be hugely helpful to the learner to reference the scrolling panel scroll bar with a different color. Any other suggestions on how I can call out the scroll bar for the learner?

Christie Pollick

Hi, Joanne -- Thank you so much for reaching out here, and for submitting your feature request!

Ideas and suggestions are absolutely valued and are carefully considered by our Product Development team. You may find it useful to take a look at this oldie-but-goodie blog post on our Feature Request Process by Product Operations Manager, Gabe Anderson. 

joanne k

So, I came up with an ok solution (hopefully temporary need): I can't make the scroll bar itself change color, but at least can add a color shape (rectangle) and place it behind the scroll box, so it makes the scroll bar and content appear as one, instead of the scroll bar hanging out alone, looking silly. 

Jenn Bedlington

Please add my request to this one - at the very least make it so that the width of the scroll bar can be changed.  Only workarounds I've tried without having an arrow spoiling the slide are to adjust the spacing so that a line of text is chopped in half, making it more obvious that there is more below, and having to put instructions in text above...

Colour would fix it all!

Camilo Latorre

I actually have foud a workaround for this, and its very simple. Just use the slider, ad a couple of boxes as layers, ad a main text and give it 3 stances. In each one, just move the text up and made the slider go to each of them. I attach the example in SL3.

The slider lets you, in the format options of the main manu in SL, adjust it color, shape, etc. Both for the thumb and the scroll section.

first aesir

I actually have foud a workaround for this, and its very simple. Just use the slider, ad a couple of boxes as layers, ad a main text and give it 3 stances. In each one, just move the text up and made the slider go to each of them. I attach the example in SL3.

The slider lets you, in the format options of the main manu in SL, adjust it color, shape, etc. Both for the thumb and the scroll section.