spin animation

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Hi Cc
I'm trying to get an object (font icon) to rotate or spin 180 deg with a data attribute but cant figure out how to do this.
Are there any wise owls out there (or normal people, even) that might know the answer please?
T.
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Tim Corke wrote:
Hi Cc
I'm trying to get an object (font icon) to rotate or spin 180 deg with a data attribute but cant figure out how to do this.
Are there any wise owls out there (or normal people, even) that might know the answer please?
T.

are you wanting it to spin constantly or just spin when it comes into view
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Hi Wayan
Thanks for the reply
Basically I was hoping for it to turn only half a turn once (ie 180 dog or turn upside down once etc)
Thanks T.
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Tim Corke wrote:
Hi Wayan
Thanks for the reply
Basically I was hoping for it to turn only half a turn once (ie 180 dog or turn upside down once etc)
Thanks T.


Hi Tim
in that case the only option would be to use the "out of view" (style ~apply to = out of view)
then in effects rotate z =180

apply the transition = Transform (scale rotate etc) whilst still in the "out of view " state select the function "ease-in"
set the duration & delay timing say 1.7 to duration & 1 to delay (depending on when you want it to animate)

reset the (style ~ apply to = "regular" and apply the same transition settings,,,, you will need play around with timings

hope that gets you what you want and you can follow it
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Fab stuff Wayan
I’ll give this a try
Thanks T.
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