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Elliott Kember
Posted Oct 05 - Read on Facebook

Has anybody else noticed that their animations animate a little too far, then snap back to their correct positions? Only just started happening recently.

7 Comments

Johannes Eckert

I made similar observations on some ease-out animations

Koen Bok

Any animation? Small example? Sounds like something I should fix.

Johannes Eckert

I saw this yesterday during a state-change with curve: "ease-out". Here's the example: http://cl.ly/0v0Q311z2E3y (it doesn't happen every time, but most of the time you see a little bounce/spring at the end)

Johannes Eckert

I think I just realized I should have used easing as a curve-option?

Koen Bok

This turned out to be a rounding issue where the animator would get one update too much where it actually was finished (0.9999999 vs 1.0). To fix it I introduced precision for the linear and bezier animator (spring curves already had this).

You can get the fix by doing File > Update Framer. Thanks for taking the time to report!

https://github.com/koenbok/Framer/commit/fbde7a86c23aef892d53fa8ff083411a63086d37

Elliott Kember

Cheers Koen - sorry I didn't get around to posting an example. Next time I will!

Johannes Eckert

sweet! Thanks Koen!

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