The API document has a description of how you can get this working. The key to getting it working is to set up a third HTML that contains all of your Edge Animate compositions.
Search for "multiple compositions on a page."
Hope that helps!
There should be a possibility integrated with differen layers or more than one timelines.
But thanks avlot now I can keep on working
Another thing to consider is that each symbol has an independent timeline, which may suit you better than having multiple Edge Animate compositions on a page. I wrote a tutorial last year that might help you:
I will try it with the first solution.
The second one won't work because I am working with an existing html which has already divs and co.
So I cant get them to be symbols, as I see I can only convert objects that are done inside Edge as symbols.
But as far as I am this doesn't work.
Everytime i save one .an it deletes the other <script></script>.
I did everything as told. Both .an or Preloads got a div with the right class.
For all who try to work with multiple animations,
I use this script from Andrew Trice:
As long as you use stages one after another (as I do) it works brillant! Avoids all kind of bugs. Very clean and reliable.
Hope this helps
You may even use always the same preloader for more than one animation.
Thanks i will try it.
Right now I solved it. The Tutorial from Adobe sucks. The point is to binds every Animation to a seperate html you dont use. Just like a storage. Then you can integrate the script and copy the classes in your extra html (the html where you combine all).
Makes you have lots of htmls in your file you dont use. Not something for ppl who dont like chaos^^.
Anyways this should be solves by Adobe themself because its such an essencial thing.
But as long they dont, I will try the script.
Am 11.03.2013 um 04:23 schrieb Patrick (PAGO):
The Tutorial from Adobe sucks.
Yes in this point definitely.
The point is: yes, symbols are great, but one doesn’t want to add things to a webpage opening one and the same
animation to make it bigger and bigger over the time.
As I said Trices’ script is great because it solves a lot of problems by rewriting the variables inside animations
i.e. canceling them completely from everywhere before opening another one.
Specially when in each are symbols that are running on even if you open another stage in your html.
Works great for my case.
Besides the point that one learning how to use Edge by understanding Jquery is tented in the end to cancel it completely
and do things by hand.