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Is random movement of an image possible?

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Dec 30, 2017

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Hey everyone,

So I was wondering if its possible in muse, through a widget or simple html, to have an object on your page randomly bounce around within the perimeters of the page. I am looking to create a page on my site that has an effect like one of those old screen savers like this one: http://i.imgur.com/XR1FE57.gif

Imagine that the background in that gif is the permitters of my website or the permitters of a state box or something and that the object moving around is a jpeg.

Do you think its possible to do create something like this in muse, an object that randomly bounces around the page, or at least bounces around on a pattern?

I've looked at some of the animation widgets, but so far I haven't found anything like that, but theres a lot of them so I could have missed it.

Thanks, happy new year everyone!

Did you already take under consideration, to use a different tool for creating your web sites?

If I look at the threads, you started, I assume, that Muse isn’t the most efficient tool to match the goals, you are trying to achieve.

Most of the problems, you are trying to solve, are „eye candy“ issues:

Muse really isn’t the best tool for these effects – frankly spoken: You can’t create these effect within Muse „out of the box“, and I am quite sure, that this will never be possible.

These kinds of effects normally require custom JavaScript coding, and it is quite impossible, to build them right into Muse, because there are millions of such effects out there in the wild.

Perhaps you’ll be better off to use Dreamweaver or something like that instead.

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Is random movement of an image possible?

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Hey everyone,

So I was wondering if its possible in muse, through a widget or simple html, to have an object on your page randomly bounce around within the perimeters of the page. I am looking to create a page on my site that has an effect like one of those old screen savers like this one: http://i.imgur.com/XR1FE57.gif

Imagine that the background in that gif is the permitters of my website or the permitters of a state box or something and that the object moving around is a jpeg.

Do you think its possible to do create something like this in muse, an object that randomly bounces around the page, or at least bounces around on a pattern?

I've looked at some of the animation widgets, but so far I haven't found anything like that, but theres a lot of them so I could have missed it.

Thanks, happy new year everyone!

Did you already take under consideration, to use a different tool for creating your web sites?

If I look at the threads, you started, I assume, that Muse isn’t the most efficient tool to match the goals, you are trying to achieve.

Most of the problems, you are trying to solve, are „eye candy“ issues:

Muse really isn’t the best tool for these effects – frankly spoken: You can’t create these effect within Muse „out of the box“, and I am quite sure, that this will never be possible.

These kinds of effects normally require custom JavaScript coding, and it is quite impossible, to build them right into Muse, because there are millions of such effects out there in the wild.

Perhaps you’ll be better off to use Dreamweaver or something like that instead.

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The gif I gave as an example is a bit confusing since the object thats bouncing around is also changing shape the entire time. Here, this one makes it a bit easier to understand what I'm looking to do: http://cloud-3.steamusercontent.com/ugc/103981389998248479/ADD6D571EE6112950A9D9BDF2BB98799D24A7407/...

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Adobe Animate СС (html5 canvas project)

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Did you already take under consideration, to use a different tool for creating your web sites?

If I look at the threads, you started, I assume, that Muse isn’t the most efficient tool to match the goals, you are trying to achieve.

Most of the problems, you are trying to solve, are „eye candy“ issues:

Muse really isn’t the best tool for these effects – frankly spoken: You can’t create these effect within Muse „out of the box“, and I am quite sure, that this will never be possible.

These kinds of effects normally require custom JavaScript coding, and it is quite impossible, to build them right into Muse, because there are millions of such effects out there in the wild.

Perhaps you’ll be better off to use Dreamweaver or something like that instead.

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So far I have gotten just about all of these things to work using muse

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