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Add animation effect to Show action

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Oct 30, 2019

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Hello! I am trying to make an image invisible until a button is clicked elsewhere on the page. I figured out how to apply the "Show" action to make it appear upon button clicking, but I would like to add an entrance animation, like sliding in from the right upon button click - can someone help me with this? Thanks!

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Add animation effect to Show action

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Hello! I am trying to make an image invisible until a button is clicked elsewhere on the page. I figured out how to apply the "Show" action to make it appear upon button clicking, but I would like to add an entrance animation, like sliding in from the right upon button click - can someone help me with this? Thanks!

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Oct 31, 2019

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You will need an advanced action to replace the simple action 'Show':

   Apply Effect ....

   Delay Next actions by 0.2secs

   Show item

 

The Delay command may be unnecessary, it is to avoid flickering (depends on the object and the version you are using). 

 

You can achieve it using only the Timeline as well, but that depends a lot on the setup of the slide and may cause many issues if you don't have a full understanding of the ways timeline can be paused. Anyway, the flickering may occur as well in tthat workflow.

 

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Oct 31, 2019

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Hi,

 

You can also create a button that is set to Continue, so it will stop the timeline. Then when it continues to play the timeline, you can have your object animate in and appear.  Nice and simple.

 

Hope that helps!

mark

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