I am trying to do an animation.
I found a tutorial with the following series in the transparency field for three images
I want to do something similar but more limited to when it occurs (plus with nine images lol)
So essentially I only want the animation to occur on the hour, for the first ten seconds; with the last image staying on for two seconds
So I figure the following:
$#DWFMS#>0&&#DWFMS<=6$ (within the first minute)
$#DWFSS#>0&&#DWFSS#<=6?100:0$ (within the first second + the actual transparency function)
I just don’t know if i can combine the above two arguments.
I would move the seconds ahead for each image as in the example above, e.g. (minus the DWFSS);
Any help would be appreciated.
I think I have explained what I am trying to achieve sufficiently.
I am use to excel where i can put as many “=if()” functions within each as i want. I am still learning this language.
I also found the topic about gifs:
But it is once again a single argument. I want this to only occur on the hour.
This is my beginner attempt:
While i lay here in bed at 1am, i’m thinking i might be able to modify the gif guide to integers of minutes rather than seconds and that will ensure it only occurs at a certain point in the hour; the beginning of, in my case.
I’ll try in the morning
What you could do is have a repeatable/looping animation, then add in another conditional for the hour that uses one of the axis.
For instance, the animation will play constantly off screen, then for the x-axis - $#DWFMS#=0?x:y$
x would be where is is off screen. Just put something like 1000, then
y would be where you want it normally (probably 0).
cth4242, that was the plan. I have made my own animation (very badly) using 9 images.
The plan was for them to be displayed a second at a time, i.e. have a transparency of 100 for only a second of the hour.
I will keep working on it.
Last resort I will push it off the screen as suggested. The method I am trying to achieve has to be possible.
This is my understanding of what it SHOULD be doing:
If (Position of minute hand) is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 1 (which should be 10 seconds), then have no transparency (be visible), if not then have 100% transparency (be invisible).