Why does a slider jump between numbers under animation and how to avoid it ?

M.E shared this question 2 years ago
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I have several pictures that GG shift between under animation.

Under animation the slider jumps between different numbers depending on the speed setting. For example from 1 to 3 to 5... or from 1 to 6 to 12...

What is the reason for this and how can I avoid it and on the same time control how long each picture should be displayed ?

I want a continuous speed that is defined by time pr. picture instead of these jump.

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change value: increment [1]

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I see, when I use your file the slider doesn't jump over any number at any speed when I set the increment to 1. And it react completely as I would expect it to. And in that light my questions seems strange.


But in my applet it does. So I guess it's because I have many criteria that controls the visibility of the pictures which makes it chopping a bit.

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I see that if the number of pictures is 26 and the speed is 6, the slider doesn't jump between numbers.

26 / 6 = 4 and 1/3

So what is the reason why it sometimes jumps over some integers and not other times... ?

What is the unit of the number that indicates the speed of the animation or how is the actual speed being used or calculated ?

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A speed of 1 means that the animation takes about 10 seconds to run once through the interval of the slider.

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After I have tried alfabeta2's file, it seems that it is my applet that is chopping a bit while playing an animation which result in the jump of numbers for the slider.

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Post your file for more detailed help.

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