How do I get the animation to play once triggered at the keyframe, and then hold on the last frame regardless of where I am in the browser page?

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Feb 17, 2018 Feb 17, 2018

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How do I get the animation to play once triggered at the keyframe,

and then hold on the last frame regardless of where I am in the browser page?

If you scroll up and back up,

OAM went back to the frame for the first time,

It looks terrible.

I wish there was a check box just below the Auto Play checkbox saying I wanted to play it once.

He's experiencing the same pain as I am.

https://forums.adobe.com/message/9872356#9872356

I am not good at English because it is Korean.

Please excuse.

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Feb 20, 2018 Feb 20, 2018
Hello,In order to stop the OAM from looping you need to go into Publish Settings and under the html5 settings unclick Loop Timeline. This will apply to the OAM package as well.Apart from this, there isn't an option in Muse to control the animation behavior.You might put this up as a feature request though - Adobe Muse CC: Feature Ideas.​Regards,Ankush

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Hello,

In order to stop the OAM from looping you need to go into Publish Settings and under the html5 settings unclick Loop Timeline. This will apply to the OAM package as well.

Apart from this, there isn't an option in Muse to control the animation behavior.

You might put this up as a feature request though - Adobe Muse CC: Feature Ideas.

Regards,

Ankush

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