OpacityAction Reference

Modified on 2010/05/04 23:46 by Stephen Walther — Categorized as: Uncategorized

OpacityAction Client Reference

OpacityAction allows you to set the opacity of the target

OpacityAction Client Properties

NameDescription
durationLength of the animation in seconds. The default is 1.
eventsThe collection of event handlers for this behavior. This property should only be used by derived behaviors and should not be publicly called by other code.
fpsNumber of steps per second. The default is 25.
id
isActivetrue if animation is active, false if not.
isInitialized
isPlayingtrue if animation is playing, false if not.
isUpdating
opacityOpacity to set the target
percentCompletePercentage of the animation already played.
target

OpacityAction Client Methods

NameDescription
beginUpdate
dispose Dispose the animation
doAction Set the opacity
endUpdate
getAnimatedValue Empty implementation of required abstract method
initialize
interpolate The interpolate function is used to find the appropriate value between starting and ending values given the current percentage.
onEnd Call the doAction method when the animation completes
onStart The onStart method is called just before the animation is played each time.
onStep The onStep method is called repeatedly to progress the animation through each frame
pause Pause the animation if it is playing. Calling play will resume where the animation left off.
play Play the animation from the beginning or where it was left off when paused.
play Create an animation, play it immediately, and dispose it when finished.
raiseEnded Raise the ended event
raisePropertyChangedRaises a change notification event.
raiseStarted Raise the started event
raiseStep Raise the step event
setOwner Make this animation the child of another animation
setValue Empty implementation of required abstract method
stop Stop playing the animation.
updated

OpacityAction Client Events

NameDescription
disposing
ended Adds an event handler for the ended event.
propertyChanged
started Adds an event handler for the started event.
step Adds an event handler for the step event.