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Blend for Visual Studio 2012 by Example : Beginner's Guide by Abhishek Shukla

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Time for action – using easing functions

Let us switch back to the design view. Expand the ellipse as shown in the image following image. Select the Translation section in it. When we do that in the Properties panel, we see something called EasingFunction selected as none. Go ahead and select the keyframe at the 1 sec mark in front of Translation.Y. We will see something like the following:

Time for action – using easing functions

We can see and take note of a few things:

  • We see the current value of Translation.Y as 201.25, that is, the Y position of the rectangle at the 1 sec mark.
  • We see EasingFunction selected as None, which means that the translation will be linear.
  • Easing functions specify ...

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