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Jesse Graupman

Nice Demo!

There is also another way to easily add easing in the code behind. Check out Artefact Animator - http://artefactanimator.codeplex.com/. It doesn't use storyboards but it gives you a simple syntax that mimics Tweener for Flash. It also uses the same code for the Silverlight and WPF version.

For Example:

ArtefactAnimator.AddEase(element, Canvas.LeftProperty, 250, .7, AnimationTransitions.CubicEaseOut, 0);


That's also a nice sample, Jesse :-)


hey, man, thanks!

You spared me from a lot of try and error coding!

World is better having people like you!

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