Hotspot = AnimatedImage1
This feature has optional conditions to specify:
- the speed at which the sequence is shown (either a number, or using the fps parameter).
- whether or not a user can select the animated image and swipe it, like a flipbook
- invert the order that the images are shown
For example, AnimatedImage1,5,grab,inverse
|Hotspot options||grab, inverse, stop, <number> (where <number> is a number denoting the frames per section - speed at which the sequence is shown)|
|Position in Hotspot||Aligns to centre of hotspot. Content resizes to fill hotspot Yes - Scales to fill, i.e. does not keep the aspect ratio|
|Folder Name||AnimatedImage1 (2, 3 etc)|
|File type(s)||PNG or JPG|
|File name(s)||001.png 002.png 003.png (up to a total of 20 images)|
|Examples||QA Oomph Walkthough/Oomph_Walkthough/AnimatedImage|
|Transparent background allowed||Yes|
|stop||Run the animation once and then stop|
|<number>||Specify a per second frame rate e.g. 2 would mean two images per second. This is the equivalent of using the 'fps' parameter in Oomph 19+ (see below).|
|inverse||Displays the images in reverse order|
|grab||Allows the user to touch the image and spin it like they would in a Flipbook widget|
Parameters Introduced in Oomph 19+
|repeat=n||Loop the animation n times, e.g. repeat=3 would loop through the images 3 times and then stop|
|fps=n||Specify a per second frame rate e.g. fps=2 would mean two images per second (equivalent of <number> prior to Oomph 19).|
iPad Preview Files
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