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Jason Frank
Posted May 16 - Read on Facebook

Framer newbie question: I saw in Framer's "Introducing Auto-Code Animation" video how to use the animation inspector to edit animation properties for an animation attached to a layer...

But how do I access the animation inspector for an animation associated with a STATE?


Vlad Mafteiu Scai

I asked 2-3 months ago on their email support and they said it was not possible.

Jason Frank

Vlad Mafteiu Scai I just found something that may sort of do it, but I don't know if I'm doing it correctly:

On the left hand side (with Framer version 89), I select "Animate", then "State", then the state that I want to add animation to.

Then I do get an animation properties area, but it does not include all of the option for Spring that the video shows. In fact, I can't get the animation properties inspector to show all of those options for Spring even if I just add an animation to a layer (like the video shows).

How do we access all of the parameters for Spring? (e.g., tension, velocity, friction)

Jason Frank

As a follow-up to my last comment, I discovered that the reason that I could not see the "tension", "velocity" and "friction" parameters for Spring is that Framer changed the parameters for Spring. Those parameters are used in its "Classic Spring", while the newer Spring has parameters called "damping", "mass", and "velocity". See this:

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