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  • Animated text in a Static control
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Stored procedures
..InitialAnimation is used to find out the initial status of animation in an Image control, a Button control, a Static control or a Carousel control. The initial status corresponds to the animation status defined when describing the control ("Details" tab).
Example
Windows
// Re-initialize the image to its initial status
IMG_Image1..Animation = IMG_Image1..InitialAnimation
Syntax
<Status> = <Control used>..InitialAnimation
<Status>: Boolean
  • True if the image found in the Image, Button or Carousel control (or the text found in the Static control) is animated at creation,
  • False otherwise.
The animation is set to True by default.
<Control used>: Control name
Name of control used.
Remarks
Windows

Animating an image

To animate the image displayed in the Image control, this image can be:
  • an animated image (animated Gif for example).
  • an image animated by WINDEV. In this case, the type of animation can be chosen in the description window of Image control ("Details" tab) or by programming with AnimationSetMode.
Animated image in a Button control: Only an animated image can be associated with the control (Animated Gif, for example).
WindowsJava

Animated text in a Static control

To animate the text displayed in a Static control, you must choose the animation:
  • in the description window of Static control ("Details" tab),
  • by programming with AnimationSetMode.

Limits

..InitialAnimation only applies to:
  • Windows the Image, Button, Static, Progress Bar and Carousel controls found in a window.
  • Java the Static controls found in a window.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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