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rotate device/rotate

Melissa Lind 5 years ago in By Screen / Design • updated by Inna Komarovsky (Administrator) 4 years ago 12
I'm having trouble with the builder crashing in interact mode and on the ipad player when I have a large element rotate device/rotate. Also with 3 smaller elements in the same page. In both cases the element is not fully in the screen. Is there anything I can do to get it to work?

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Hi, just adding an update on this post that the RotateDevice-Rotate axis point can now be changed by selecting the element's anchor point. Here's our user guide article all about anchor point feature: Changing an Element's Anchor Point.

I also get the same result when I have the one element with a, rotate device/rotate, and tilt/move. Is this a hard limitation? It would be such a cool effect.


Thanks!

Under review

Can you create a one page sample for us, zip it up and add it to this site?  Nobody else will have access to it.

Sorry it took me so long to respond; I've been moving. I'd be happy to post a sample, though I still don't see an option to add attachments. Paperclip anyone?

Still looking for an attachment option.

Is the paperclip option visible when you write a comment like in the image below?

Nope. Everything, except the paperclip is the same.

Do you use Dropbox? If you do, you could copy the Dropbox link of the folder and paste it to your comment

Great idea. I didn't know you could do a link.


Thanks!

Looks like it's not crashing anymore. I'm putting in the link for the example.


https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rpr0eoxby15ugpp/_6JgdRenYB


I want to have the butterfly object swing from the top. Right now I have RotateDevice>Rotate. I've manipulated the size of the element so that the middle access point is at the top...which means that the element is half out of the screen. Any way to make this work? Is it possible to select the axis point for rotate?

At this moment you can't set an axis point for rotation. The best way to do this right now is to have animation for the butterfly.

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Hi, just adding an update on this post that the RotateDevice-Rotate axis point can now be changed by selecting the element's anchor point. Here's our user guide article all about anchor point feature: Changing an Element's Anchor Point.