Changing the animation speed or number of steps.
If you want to change the animation speed or increase/decrease the number of animation steps:
- Open file animator_once.js in any text editor (or animator_repeat.js).
- On line 20 find: Delay=20; Step=0.01;
- Increasing the value of Delay = Slower animation (Delay=20 means 100 animations takes 3 seconds)
- Decreasing the value of Step = More animation steps (Step=0.01 means 100 animations)
- Save the file.
Now - just so you know - the original animator.js file contains more functions and a way to do sequential animations. I like really step-by-step directions. As I learn more and can explain it step-by-step, I will add to my help. Meanwhile - if you want to try it on your own - there is help here.
This is the animated ggb file used in the screencast.If you have the pre-release of GeoGebra 3.1 installed, double-click on the activity below to open it your computer and follow along. Our goal is to add a manual animator in the GeoGebra file and a toggle button for it in the webpage. But - no worries - you can do everything in GeoGebra 3.0 EXCEPT the PRETTY CAPTION under the slider.
- 23 September 2008. To do this particular manual animation with the caption on the slider requires the pre-release of GeoGebra 3.1. All the other options are available in the released standard-for-use GeoGebra 3.
- Animating a GeoGebra Activity. No worries - it is easy!
- Eventually: Step-by-step to advanced multistep animations.
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