"toggle" usually refers to having two conditions and "toggling" means you are switching from one condition to the other much like flipping a toggle switch between on and off settings.
That doesn't appear to be what you want here. Can you explain what you mean by "toggle through all 40,000 of our records"? Perhaps by posting an example?
You can certainly add a button to the header and specfy either the "new record" option or set it to Perform a script that creates new records, but I don't see what that has to do with "dragging a bar to toggle trhough records".
Sorry about that, i mean a dragging bar, were you can select a slider and slide it through all 40,000 records.
I need the some thing that filemaker has to browse through records, as you can see in Filemaker it has a dragger underneath the current record number where you can drag it anywhere on the line and it will guide you through any records faster than having to click through all records.
The "drag" aspect might be a problem.
If you put a row of button on the layout so that it looks like a single rectangle you might be able to implement this script:
Go To Record/Request/page [no dialog ; Get ( ScriptParameter ) * get ( foundCount ) ]
Each button would pass a percentage ( in decimal form ) such as 0.01, 0.5, 0.75 etc. as a script parameter, but you'd click not drag to get the result you want.
Hmmm, that said, the OnObjectModify trigger is dripped if you drag and drop data into a field--so it might just be possible to do by dragging data into one of a row of very small fields...
That's a bit to complicated doing it this way, maybe there is a different way.
I just need a faster way to scroll through 40,000 records.
In list view, you can scroll though them by draggin the thumb in the windows scroll bar down the side of your layout. Some layouts set up for form view function acceptably when you switch to List View so you might want to try that.
You can also put a global field in the header and set up a trigger controlled script to use the data entered in the field to scroll to a specific record or record number. Scripts can also use data entered in such a field to perform a find to pull up just a subset of the total records and that may be a much more manageable approach than scrolling to a specific record in the table.
Ok, i will give it a try.