16 May 2011 6:27 AM #1
How do I place a stop at the end of a Scene
I've d-loaded the Sencha Animator and have been creating my first project. I'm creating a simple interactive screen where the user must click on one of four buttons. Depending upon which button they click, they navigate to a specific scene. How do I get the animation to stop at the end of a scene?
Great product! I like what I see so far.
16 May 2011 4:08 PM #2
Click on the little circle icon after the scene in the scene manager until it shows a pause icon.
26 May 2011 2:10 PM #3
um, doesnt want to stop at the end of the keyframe. tried editing the html5 but cant figure where to edit.
and to place a stop where the scenes are? thats a very strange place to place script/timeline controls
26 May 2011 2:19 PM #4
Beta 1 allows you to stop at the end of scenes, not individual keyframes.
26 May 2011 2:29 PM #5
in the Kertz example, the circle shows "play". i thought it needs to show "pause". maybe i got a bug in the download or in my head, but i just cant figure out how to make it stop at the end of an ease.
26 May 2011 3:17 PM #6
Since it's only one scene, play & pause works similarly in this case. If you want to to stop the animation before the kertz example plays, you can add a scene in front of it and set it to pause on completion and add a button to jump to the next scene that can be clicked.
26 May 2011 3:29 PM #7
for those used to adobe, it would be useful if it were set up that way. I find setting a simple stop(); in a timeline to be quite confusing. we are both banging our heads on this. could you find the time to get someone to make documentation (with images) to assist in this? not all of us were in the backend of the development of this so we have no way and no steps to go by.
I always appreciate your quick response in this
26 May 2011 3:38 PM #8
Let me clarify my earlier post, there is currently no way set a arbitrary stop inside a scene in beta 1 (e.g. you can't make the animation stop on a keyframe, only at the end of a scene).
27 May 2011 12:45 PM #9
without the easing at the end, is there a simple way to make a continuous loop?
27 May 2011 12:50 PM #10
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