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  1. #21
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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Braden, it's still a Flash file. Flash is dead! To view it viewers need to click "Allow Flash" which not many have installed these days. You need to re-create it as a gif, avi, html5 or css file.
    Egg, I asked for access to the file so I could look at it.

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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Here's a final version created in Saola Animate. I like the fact that Saola retains svg's as svg's so you can size them up or down with no loss of definition and it's only 55Kb's. Unfortunately I created this one one an 800 x 600 px page whilst the size of the animation is only 200 x 250 px but I can't see anyway to reduce the page size to match in Saola. Said I had a love hate relationship with it

    I attach a xar file containing a mock up. Just preview.
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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Here's a final version created in Saola Animate. I like the fact that Saola retains svg's as svg's so you can size them up or down with no loss of definition and it's only 55Kb's. Unfortunately I created this one one an 800 x 600 px page whilst the size of the animation is only 200 x 250 px but I can't see anyway to reduce the page size to match in Saola. Said I had a love hate relationship with it

    I attach a xar file containing a mock up. Just preview.
    Great job Egg.

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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Thanks Paul
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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Paul, Acorn, Egg:

    Sorry I've been slow to reply, and slower to understand.
    I am very grateful that you have done everything you've done to help me with this, I've just bdden really busy with work.
    Braden

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    Default Re: CSS export for animations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Braden View Post
    I've just been really busy with work.
    ..and you guys do real work, not just tapping a keyboard!

    No worries.

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    Lightbulb Re: CSS export for animations.

    In the end, I made a number of newbie errors in designing a CSS Animation approach.

    The main one was that I used absolute units (pixels) so all the translations are fixed so the end result cannot be easily scaled. Similar problem to Egg, I suppose.
    I am sure that knowing the width and height ratio, percentages could be used to allow this scaling.

    This is my updated file with some workings: JS-Hammering.xar.

    Had this been for a client, I would have ended up saving lots of time buying a commercial solution but I would have missed on on the learning experience.

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