Has anyone figured out a way to turn a placed OAM in to a button? I have a animated menu that drops down on rollover and displays page names. Right now the only option I have been able to figure out is a no fill - no stroke object sitting in front of the page name that links to the page. However, that leaves me with invisible links that are clickable before/after the animation drops down. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to build a animated button in Animate and could be linked to a Muse page? Can I accomplish this via the HTML or .js? Ideas? Solutions? Anybody?
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to build a animated button in Animate and could be linked to a Muse page?
no i don't think so but Edge Animate can add the control codes for buttions and that is the tool I would | do use for web animations in Muse
Thanks for the reply Ussnorway,
Edge doesn't have this capability. I too prefer Edge over the unintuitive mess that is Flash....err...Animate but now that Adobe has officially killed Edge off by removing it from the cloud it doesn't make sense to continue with it....I hope Adobe will continue to taking elements of Edge and adding it to Animate but the fact they abandoned Edge doesn't seem to suggest they have that forethought.
ok mate but just to be clear, Edge Animate is still in the cloud... you have to put a tick in the show old apps box to see it... don't get me started on that ui design
That option is now gone....the show previous versions is no longer an option on the cloud.
...or did they move it to preferences?
Nope, you're right they just buried it in preferences....wonder what rock they will hide it under next.
Can I accomplish this via the HTML or .js? Ideas? Solutions? Anybody?
Exactly via html or and js you can do it if you are a web programmer. But not via OAM. OAM is just an html document broadcast inside an iframe. This format is for decoration only. If you need functionality - do the export from Animate to the source code and with this you can work for integration into Muse. But I repeat, you must perfectly master html, css, js. If you do not have this knowledge, hire a specialist.