I have built an infographic which has various animations playing as you scroll down.
For each of these I have created a separate timeline and selected to play on entry to viewport.
When you scroll down and back up again the animation replays but ideally I would like it to remain at the end of the animation, in this case a group of text boxes that have appeared. I would like these text boxes to stay on screen from now on.
You could have the viewport action ‘Continue Timeline’ instead of ‘Start Timeline’ — if it has triggered once then nothing will happen the second time. This requires a ‘pause timeline’ action at time 0.
Thank you Daniel, thats really helpful and has solved our problem. It looks like my file had leftover erroneous actions. Your solution of adding Continuous Timeline action at the start of the Timeline that the animation on worked perfectly.
Another way I was able to solve the issue was to copy the animation group, delete the timeline and then add a new timeline and then 'paste with animations' back into this timeline.
One more quick issue you may be able to help with.
When I upload it to Amazon S3 and view from there in the browser, all the animations fire at once. Is there a workaround for this behavior? (I know there’s some problem with iframes but this isn’t even in an iframe yet.)