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Stop main timeline at the last frame but keep child-movieclips animating infinitely

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Mar 08, 2019

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I am new to Animate CC, so maybe i am doing something totally wrong. But i am trying to create as simple html5 banner. This banner should do dome animations on the start. And at the end stop on the last frame, so it looks like the banner pauses. Except one arrow that keeps animating to a button. This arrow appears (fades in) in the last view frames and after that goes to left->right->left

So what i did was adding this.stop() to the top action layer. But this als stops the animation my movieclip that has to keep on animating.

What is the best way to fix this?

Found the solution. Had to extend the frames op the last key-fame past the this.top();

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Quite logic... if i look at it now

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Stop main timeline at the last frame but keep child-movieclips animating infinitely

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I am new to Animate CC, so maybe i am doing something totally wrong. But i am trying to create as simple html5 banner. This banner should do dome animations on the start. And at the end stop on the last frame, so it looks like the banner pauses. Except one arrow that keeps animating to a button. This arrow appears (fades in) in the last view frames and after that goes to left->right->left

So what i did was adding this.stop() to the top action layer. But this als stops the animation my movieclip that has to keep on animating.

What is the best way to fix this?

Found the solution. Had to extend the frames op the last key-fame past the this.top();

2019-03-08_160616.png

Quite logic... if i look at it now

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Found the solution. Had to extend the frames op the last key-fame past the this.top();

2019-03-08_160616.png

Quite logic... if i look at it now

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