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# VerticalSlider

 represents a vertical slider at position y with range 0 to 1. takes the position to be the dynamically updated current value of y, with the value of y being reset if the slider is moved. VerticalSlider[y, {ymin, ymax}]represents a vertical slider with range ymin to ymax. VerticalSlider[y, {ymin, ymax, dy}]represents a vertical slider that jumps in steps dy. VerticalSlider[y, {{e1, e2, ...}}]represents a slider in which equally spaced intervals correspond to successive settings ei. VerticalSlider[y, {{{e1, h1}, {e2, h2}, ...}}]uses intervals of relative heights hi for the ei.
• VerticalSlider[...] displays in a notebook as a vertical slider that can be manipulated interactively.
• will reset the value of y when the slider is moved; will not.
• VerticalSlider[n, {nmin, nmax, dn}] jumps to integer positions if nmin and dn are integers.  »
• represents a slider running from value 0 at the bottom to value 1 at the top.
• VerticalSlider[y, {ymax, ymin}] with ymax > ymin represents a slider running from value ymin at the top to value ymax at the bottom.  »
• If the value of the slider is outside the range given, it will be displayed at one of the ends.
• VerticalSlider[y, {0, 1, dy}] displays at position y, even if this is not a multiple of dy.
• In VerticalSlider[y, {{e1, e2, ...}}], the ei can be any expressions, not just numbers.
• The following options can be given:
 Appearance Automatic the overall appearance of the slider AutoAction False whether to move the slider automatically when the mouse is over it BaselinePosition Automatic alignment relative to surrounding text BaseStyle {} base style specifications for the slider ContinuousAction True whether to update continuously when the slider is moved Enabled Automatic whether the slider is enabled, or grayed out ImageMargins 0 margins around the image of the displayed slider ImageSize Automatic the overall image size of the displayed slider
• Possible settings for Appearance include Tiny, Small, Medium and Large, as well as typically some other settings such as "LeftArrow" and "RightArrow".
• The settings for BaseStyle are appended to the default style typically given by the "VerticalSlider" style in the current stylesheet.
A vertical slider set at in the default range to :
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Dynamically change the value of x:
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