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    Default Importing Lottie files

    Iím interested in Lottie files. I really donít know that much about them, but rather cool here and there. They seem to be good for logos and such and small animations.
    - can we make them in Xara pro?
    - can we import ready made Lottie files?

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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Never heard of this but it looks fairly straight forward but the animation options are fairly basic. Perhaps there's more that I didn't see.

    It appears that you need to host your json files via lottiefiles.com/preview

    These have to be approved so I'm not sure it will as it's a market place to sell animations.

    Meanwhile I did try with some of their stock json files and I've attached the xar file here. Again the owl's not my work.

    Here's a LINK to the one I submitted but if it's denied this link might not link for long.
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Never heard of this but it looks fairly straight forward but the animation options are fairly basic. Perhaps there's more that I didn't see.

    It appears that you need to host your json files via lottiefiles.com/preview

    These have to be approved so I'm not sure it will as it's a market place to sell animations.

    Meanwhile I did try with some of their stock json files and I've attached the xar file here. Again the owl's not my work.

    Here's a LINK to the one I submitted but if it's denied this link might not link for long.
    Sorry Egg, I downloaded the xara file to see what its about and I only got 2 orange squares.

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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Hi Joe, seasons greetings.

    Yes in xara there are only two orange boxes, which are placeholders. To view, click the Preview web page button to open it in your browser.
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    Last edited by Egg Bramhill; 27 December 2021 at 10:01 PM.
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Hi Joe, seasons greetings.

    Yes in xara there are only two orange boxes, which are placeholders. To view, click the Preview web page button.
    Is it possible to do this in ZDP18? I tried but got nowhere.
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    I've no idea Larry. Even googling "ZDP18" doesn't give much clues to what they are.
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    I've no idea Larry. Even googling "ZDP18" doesn't give much clues to what they are.
    Oops sorry Egg, XDP18 Not ZDP.
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard509 View Post
    Is it possible to do this in ZDP18? I tried but got nowhere.
    I only XDP17 and when you preview webpage nothing happens, when you preview in chrome the owl appears and when you mouseover it works. As for Eggs animation it doesn't appear but if you mouseover you get a little popup that says animation by Egg or something on that order. If you preview in Opera they both like they are supposed to.

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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    working for me
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    Default Re: Importing Lottie files

    Thanks Spamiky. Looks like it's been approved now.
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