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static function VerticalScrollbar (value : float, size : float, topValue : float, bottomValue : float, params options : GUILayoutOption[]) : float

static function VerticalScrollbar (value : float, size : float, topValue : float, bottomValue : float, style : GUIStyle, params options : GUILayoutOption[]) : float


value The position between min and max
size How much can we see?
topValue The value at the top end of the scrollbar
bottomValue The value at the bottom end of the scrollbar
style The style to use for the scrollbar background. If left out, the horizontalScrollbar style from the current GUISkin is used.
options An optional list of layout options that specify extra layouting properties. Any values passed in here will override settings defined by the style.
See Also: GUILayout.Width, GUILayout.Height, GUILayout.MinWidth, GUILayout.MaxWidth, GUILayout.MinHeight, GUILayout.MaxHeight, GUILayout.ExpandWidth, GUILayout.ExpandHeight


float - the modified value. This can be changed by the user by dragging the scrollbar, or clicking the arrows at the end.


Make a vertical scrollbar. Scrollbars are what you use to scroll through a document. Most likely, you want to use scrollViews instead.

Finding extra elements:
The styles of the buttons at then end of the scrollbar are searched for in the current skin by adding "upbutton" and "downbutton" to the style name. The name of the scrollbar thumb (the thing you drag) is found by appending "thumb" to the style name.

// This will use the following style names to determine the size / placement of the buttons
// MyVerticalScrollbarupbutton - Name of style used for the up button.
// MyVerticalScrollbardownbutton - Name of style used for the down button.
// MyVerticalScrollbarthumb - Name of style used for the draggable thumb.
scrollPos = GUILayout.HorizontalScrollbar (scrollPos, 1, 0, 100, "MyVerticalScrollbar");