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Didi Medina
Posted Oct 20 - Read on Facebook

Hey guys, did a little research and tried looking into examples to figure this out but still getting struck -- how do I delay the start of my little poof video?

10 Comments

Stephen Crowley

Utils.delay X, ->
poof.player.play()

Where X is the amount of time you want

Didi Medina

i tried that right after I posted this but still doesn't work. this is what i got:

Stephen Crowley

Can you share your project?

Didi Medina

fixed it. for some reason this worked:

Didi Medina

but now its working in framer but acting up in the browser :/

check it out here: http://share.framerjs.com/u69mlmwl8xdb/

Andrew Nalband

This looks like a problem specific to Chrome - your example plays fine in safari - if you look here it appears your video layer is blocking the check mark in chrome http://share.framerjs.com/p6yfe59fpayb/

Andrew Nalband

Didi Medina http://share.framerjs.com/jjyepju6njlc/ $.check.bringToFront()

Andrew Nalband

I'm getting a weird artifact in chrome still when the video plays - not sure what's causing that

Stephen Crowley

You are just too quick Andrew :) Yes, your layers indexing is messed up for Chrome. You just told your 1 layer to be 1 and the other to be 2, http://share.framerjs.com/0zvzewburn0o/

Andrew Nalband

Interesting Stephen Crowley - do you know what the relationship is between index and z? I found this in the docs "Sibling layers with a higher index (and the same z value) will drawn on top of this layer, and those with a lower index below." but I'm still a bit confused.

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