Track animators animate to a specific target value over a fixed duration.

The ...Back parameters implicitly create a backwards timeline. The second timeline has it's own duration, and all properties and then specified in that timeline. This backwards timeline is for all of the animators, not just the ones with a ...Back property specified. This is important for understanding how the timing works in complex scenarios.

Tracks can be a continuous (like a floating point value), discrete (like an enum value), or a spline track. This is specified implicitly based on the properties used. Note that some properties only have effects with certain track types.


Fuse.Animations 2.4.0
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Interface of TrackAnimator

DelayBack : double ux

How long to wait, from the end of the backward timeline, before the animator starts changing the value.

DurationBack : double ux

For a continuous track: The duraciton of the change of the value in the backward timeline.

Easing : Easing ux

For a continuous track: This specifies the transition easing between a source and target value.

EasingBack : Easing ux

For a continuous track: This specified the easing for the backward timeline.

Weight : double ux

Allows the value set by this animator to be increased or decreased in significance (the default is 1).

Inherited from Animator

Delay : double ux

Seconds from the start of the trigger until this animator should play.

MixOp : MixOp ux

How to mix this animator when there are multiple conflicting animators affecting the target.

Inherited from PropertyObject

Inherited from object