Definitions for "Hash marks"
The lines that run one yard apart down the centre of the field. They are located 70 feet and 9 inches from each sideline. If a play ends on the right side of the pitch, the next play will begin from the right hash mark. A play ends on the left, the next play begins on the left hash mark and so on.
Two-foot lines extending from the four faceoff circles that help wingers determine their position on the ice during a faceoff.
These marks divide the field into thirds. Whenever the ball becomes dead on or outside one of these marks, it is placed on its respective hash mark.
Keywords:  fader, slider, ticks, path, horizontal
are the horizontal or vertical ticks along the path of a fader or slider to help identify the value.