Mouse up event for RangeSlider?

Would it be possible to catch mouse up event for RangeSlider, a Bokeh widget?

I believe being able to catch it should be very useful because there are cases when computation being done inside on_change() callback for RangeSlider may take quite some time.

During the time you move the slider handle, the callback gets called so many times and the required computation may not be able to catch up the high frequency of the updates. The mouse up event should be good time for, then, the computation can only take place at the moment.

I also posted the same question at:

Thank you

Hi,

I have answered on Stack Overflow.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Oct 25, 2017, at 06:41, Sijun Cho <[email protected]> wrote:

Would it be possible to catch mouse up event for RangeSlider, a Bokeh widget?

I believe being able to catch it should be very useful because there are cases when computation being done inside on_change() callback for RangeSlider may take quite some time.

During the time you move the slider handle, the callback gets called so many times and the required computation may not be able to catch up the high frequency of the updates. The mouse up event should be good time for, then, the computation can only take place at the moment.

I also posted the same question at:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46931477/mouse-up-event-for-rangeslider-of-bokeh

Thank you

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