Vertical Seekbar

by balafon » Thu, 11 Mar 2010 02:05:43 GMT

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I made vertical seekbar class.
This is extended  View class.

Please test, and teach if there is a bug.

The file of the project of Eclipse is put on the following URL. 

My best regards.


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