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Posted on 2007-12-01
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In the following code i want to start the fade in after some seconds from loading and keep start the fade out after some time from the fade in finish, what should i write inside this control?


<cc1:AnimationExtender ID="AnimationExtender1" runat="server" TargetControlID="popup">

                <Animations>

                <OnLoad>

                    <Sequence>

                        <FadeIn Duration="2"/>
 

                        <FadeOut Duration="2"/>

                    </Sequence>

                </OnLoad>

                </Animations>

            </cc1:AnimationExtender>

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Question by:AmrNet
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Bob Learned earned 50 total points
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There hasn't been much time to learn all the subtle parts of the AnimationExtender, but my first inclination is that what you are looking for is not possible.  But, that just means that I didn't look for it, because I haven't needed to achieve that effect, and not necessarily that the extender doesn't have that functionality.

Bob
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