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animate an element without an event

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  • keohools
    this might seem like an unusual question, but i m wondering if there is a simple way to trigger the animation of an element without being bound to a specific
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 29, 2006
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      this might seem like an unusual question, but i'm wondering
      if there is a simple way to trigger the animation of an element
      without being bound to a specific event. i'd like to be able to
      use an arbitrary peice of javascript to kick off the animation
      instead. is this possible?
    • Matt Sweeney
      Hi keohools, Although most use cases for animation are event driven, you can call animate() on an Anim instance at any point in your code. Matt
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 29, 2006
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        Hi keohools,

        Although most use cases for animation are event driven, you can call
        animate() on an Anim instance at any point in your code.

        Matt

        keohools wrote:

        >this might seem like an unusual question, but i'm wondering
        >if there is a simple way to trigger the animation of an element
        >without being bound to a specific event. i'd like to be able to
        >use an arbitrary peice of javascript to kick off the animation
        >instead. is this possible?
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