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Not a bug
Charmaine Anderson 4 years ago in By Screen / Interact • updated by Inna Komarovsky (Administrator) 3 years ago 2

Problem:  Can't make an animated element with a transition hide a text element that it previously had shown.


To reproduce:

Place a .png sequence of frames on the stage.

Place a Text element on the stage and hide it on page load.


Set the Animated element Action to Animate > Loop > Yes

Set Animated Element Behavior > Play on Page Load to Yes.

Set Aniamted Element  to transition to another location on the stage.

Set another Action to the Animated Element: Tap > Show > a hidden Text Element

Add another Action to Animated Element: Double Tap > Hide the Text Element.


Go into interact mode, when animated element is  tapped the hidden text element will display as expected.

Problem occurs when you double tap the animated element: the Text element will NOT HIDE.  


This occurs on my MacPro.


Thanks for looking into this bug.


Answer

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Not a bug
As an update on this topic, I wanted to write that I tested the effect, and it should all be working correctly. DoubleTap does require the user to tap quickly, like a double-click. If the desired effect is to have a different behavior happen when the element is tapped a second time, not double-tapped, then a separate element is needed so that it can hold the other action set. In this example, this would mean that tapping the frame element would show the text and also show a transparent graphic element in front of the frame element. This new element would have the action set to hide the text.
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Hi Charmaine, I've tried to create this bug that you described. It seems that for DoubleTap you need to tap very fast so that the Text to Hide. 

Answer
Not a bug
As an update on this topic, I wanted to write that I tested the effect, and it should all be working correctly. DoubleTap does require the user to tap quickly, like a double-click. If the desired effect is to have a different behavior happen when the element is tapped a second time, not double-tapped, then a separate element is needed so that it can hold the other action set. In this example, this would mean that tapping the frame element would show the text and also show a transparent graphic element in front of the frame element. This new element would have the action set to hide the text.