I am new here. I’ve been trialling the demo before buying, so apologies if this question has already been answered at some other time, or year.
I’ve created a simple animated infographic with absolute pixel sizing and now want to see if I can change the animation to relative % sizing. I’ve figured out how to change the scene to % instead of pixels and gone through the ordeal of converting all the SVG objects to Width/Height %, but it’s not quite right. The timeline animations are not scaling to the correct distances. So the % animation (movie?) is not as exact as the absolute pixel version.
Is there a script I can put into the HTML document to rescale the animation to the browser size? And if not, how do I ensure the timeline animations scale accordingly?
I really appreciate any help you can provide.
Saola Animate version: 3
Since my original post, I have figured out that if I changed the left and top/bottom coordinates to % on each scene element, I could achieve the elastic resize I was after. The issue that threw me was the background SVG retained its proportionate X/Y scaling. However, if I edited the SVG in the resources pane and copied the code onto the canvas, then the X/Y axis became independent of each other.
I imagine this workaround will be addressed in a future update:
- I would like to be able to have a rescaling animation with a single click of a button as an option (on top of the responsive/adaptive page option).
- I would like to import an SVG infographic and edit the separate images contained within. Copy-pasting code from the resource pane to enable editable SVG seems a roundabout way of getting there.