for the ipython widget: IntSliderWidget, is there a way to subdivide it - so instead of one bar to drag along there could be two or three? or is that something that would need to be built from scratch?
note, not multiple sliders which each have one draggable bar, but rather two or three draggable bars on the same slider.
I just realized, I can just use the interact and do a start=(0,29), end=(0,29), this will effectively allow me to get 3 populations [(0, position of start slider),(position of first slider, position of end slider),(position of end slider, 29)], so I will play with that and see if it gets me what I need. But I would still be curous if the IntSliderWidget can be subdivided.
@all Won’t be making it to the meeting today, as I will be on a plane, but hope it goes well! I assume there is also probably not a meeting next week due to Christmas. If there is one on New Year’s then I’ll be there then!
Good day folks - does anyone know how I could go about setting these options for IPython's nbserver? (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/X-Frame-Options) I want to be able to embed notebooks in an iframe from a different app but don't know quite how Python serves http requests yet... beyond t's not a defacto webserver. Need to be able to set these at the server level it seems.