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- October 19, 2016 at 9:32 am #9386AnonymousInactive
Hi, I have seven Items I want to animate. Each one will use the grow and have a sound. I could only get one graphic to grow and play a sound. I tried “grow1-7” for each sound. the sound worked but the grow did not. What should I do? Thanks
I dont know if you can see the site preview from muse, the large green circle is working properly, the multi color circles are only playing sound.October 19, 2016 at 9:32 am #9387responsive-museKeymaster
We are not sure what do you mean here: I tried “grow1-7” for each sound. the sound worked but the grow did not.
For the Hover Effect, you just need to create one graphic style called “grow” with no numbers. Then you can apply it to as many elements as you want.
Make sure the background of the site and the workspace background (grey color) doesn’t have a graphic style.October 19, 2016 at 9:33 am #9388AnonymousInactive
Hi!, thanks for your help!
Right now I only have two circles on my web page trying to make them grow and and make a sound (drum, flute etc) at the same time.
Yes I see I can apply grow to as many elements as I want.
BUT when I apply 2 different sounds to 2 different elements, I have to type “grow” in the audio graphic style name for both sound and grow to work.
BUT It will only work for one element and will only play the last sound I applied.October 19, 2016 at 9:33 am #9389responsive-museKeymaster
Adobe Muse only allows to apply one graphic style to each element for the moment. Sometimes it might work with one element but it’s no usual. If you know CSS, you can try to change the code. I suggest you choose one animation to apply to each element.
Also, widgets are not always compatible among them. Even less when they come from different vendors.October 19, 2016 at 9:33 am #9390AnonymousInactive
thanks so much , I was thinking i was a half wit 😉
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