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API support for animations

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Stephen L.
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Marketplace Creator
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Can we have some API support for animated tokens? It would be really useful to programmatically control things such as: which frame the animation is on animation speed start/stop animation whether the animation loops forward/backwards playback I'd especially like to use this for my It's A Trap! script to provide API support for those new animated trap tokens on the marketplace.
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Stephanie B.
Roll20 Team
Hi, Stephen! That's in the plan for animations, but we'd like to fix the worst bugs before making it possible.
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Scott C.
Forum Champion
Sheet Author
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Compendium Curator
Glad to hear it's in the plan!
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Stephen L.
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Marketplace Creator
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Good to hear! I thought of another thing that would be cool to have with API access to animation: timing functions. With this, the API can be used to set an animation to ease-in, ease-out, or even use a custom bezier curve for going from one end of the animation to the other.
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Stephanie B.
Roll20 Team
That's also in the plan, post-bug fixes. Stephen L. said: Good to hear! I thought of another thing that would be cool to have with API access to animation: timing functions. With this, the API can be used to set an animation to ease-in, ease-out, or even use a custom bezier curve for going from one end of the animation to the other.
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Roll20 Dev Team
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