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Animate CC: Animation looping to first frame rather than stopping on the last

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Sep 30, 2019

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I'm creating HTML banners in Animate CC. I've created them before and never encountered the following problem...

 

My animation is looping through to the first frame rather than stopping on the last frame. Loop timeline is unchecked in publish settings, and I've tried adding this.stop() and stop(); to the actions but it's not working - please can someone advise if there's anything else I can try?

 

Thanks,

Beth

Found the answer in another forum question:

 

I have found the answer to my own question.

 

1. Add a keyframe to your last frame.

2. Right click that keyframe and select "Actions" at the bottom of the menu.

3. Type "this.stop()" into the dialog box. (Do not include the quotation marks.)

4. Save and publish.

5. Double check the HTML file to make sure it worked.

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Animate CC: Animation looping to first frame rather than stopping on the last

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I'm creating HTML banners in Animate CC. I've created them before and never encountered the following problem...

 

My animation is looping through to the first frame rather than stopping on the last frame. Loop timeline is unchecked in publish settings, and I've tried adding this.stop() and stop(); to the actions but it's not working - please can someone advise if there's anything else I can try?

 

Thanks,

Beth

Found the answer in another forum question:

 

I have found the answer to my own question.

 

1. Add a keyframe to your last frame.

2. Right click that keyframe and select "Actions" at the bottom of the menu.

3. Type "this.stop()" into the dialog box. (Do not include the quotation marks.)

4. Save and publish.

5. Double check the HTML file to make sure it worked.

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Found the answer in another forum question:

 

I have found the answer to my own question.

 

1. Add a keyframe to your last frame.

2. Right click that keyframe and select "Actions" at the bottom of the menu.

3. Type "this.stop()" into the dialog box. (Do not include the quotation marks.)

4. Save and publish.

5. Double check the HTML file to make sure it worked.

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Yep. Most answers are already here. The key is to ask the right question. Seems like it is what you did. Good luck on your project! 🙂

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