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Elliott Edited

Motion Animation with Overridden Components

Hey, I'm working on a profile swipe left/right prototype. While the swiping worked great using just rectangles, once I created my profile component and tried to swipe between those, I got strange animation transitions using Motion.

Basically, I have 4 profile components stacked on top of one another and as one is swiped away, the next should fade in and grow to the size of the original. I appears that maybe Motion is getting confused about which profile component to animate even though I have named each profile uniquely (profile.0, profile.1, etc).

The widths of the profile components are animated wrong. On the first frame of the animation in the Timeline, they jump to odd widths, then animate to other widths, then jump to the correct widths on the last frame of the timeline. 

I tried deleting my second artwork and recreating it from a copy of the first storyboard, but still have the same problem.

Any idea on a work around for this? After spending nearly a week getting the profile components completed I can't animate between the components. While my tests with XD have worked fine, I'd rather not recreate my work in Adobe (and have to abandon InVision).

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Michael S
InVision ambassador Michael S, InVision Employee , ambassador
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Hi Elliott!

Thanks for getting in touch about this, and I'm sorry to hear about the trouble! When you have a chance, would you mind saving your Studio file, quit the Studio application and re-open it to see if you get different results?

If this doesn't seem to help, please provide the following information for us.

  1. Can you please send a screenshot of the About This Mac overview? (click the Apple icon > About This Mac)
    - If you're using a Windows machine, we need to see both the “Device specifications” and the “Windows specifications” sections on the “About” page. To grab that info, click the Start (Windows icon) button, and then click Settings > System > About.
  2. What version of Studio are you using?
  3. Would you be able to record a screencast showing what’s going wrong?

We look forward to hearing back from you and helping to get this resolved!

Thanks,
Michael

 

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Elliott
InVision ambassador Elliott , ambassador Edited
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Sure. Restarting doesn't do anything.

 

Here is the unlisted screencast: https://youtu.be/i9pPl9xEWrI

 

MacOS and Studio are latest versions:

 

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Shaina Torgerson
InVision ambassador Shaina Torgerson, InVision Employee , ambassador
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Thanks for trying Michael's suggestion above and for providing these details, Elliott. At this point, I would like for our Support team to take a look directly at your file to see if they can spot the source of this issue.

I will open a ticket on your behalf with our Support team including all of the details that you've provided here. Please keep an eye out for an email from one of our Support agents soon.

Thanks for reporting this,

Shaina

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