I have some thought on these , in relation to how I use those sliders.
So I have my earbuds in (wired or Bluetooth), listening to music at low volume. I mostly use one of two methods to increase the volume
a) use the Volume up button on side of phone (Bluetooth)
b) I use the Volume up button on the wired earbuds controller
I use the wired when riding the motorcycle, with helmet on.
I use the phone's physical volume button (Bluetooth earbuds) because the phone is in a pants pocket (walking around our ranch or riding the zero turn, etc).
It's rare I'd be staring at the phone's screen, then adjust the volume. And I'd never waste my time to unlock the screen just to adjust the volume.
But if I were to use the slider, I would expect the slider to operate exactly how the volume buttons work ... incrementally from where the volume is now - NOT jump to where my finger touched the slider .
Okay, now on to the brightness slider. BTW, I'm that person who manually adjusts brightness - I do not use Adaptive Brightness, cause the phone never gets it correct, for me.
This happens to me all the time. I'm sitting relaxing in the house, or maybe lounging in the barn apartment.
Then I decide to go out to do something in the pasture - guess what - I need to do something with my phone, but the brightness is waaaay low.
I need the brightness waaaay up right now ... I don't want it to slide up slowly and incrementally ... I need to tap at 90% and I want it there *now*.
So to me, each slider (should) works as they do now, because they are increasing (or decreasing) something very different.
But that's just me 👍
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