Yes. You should turn autoplay off for each Animation, then refer to the next comp using the multicomp situation and call play() in your jQuery mobile click event. There have been a lot of posts on the forums about multicomposition pages, so I think it should be easy enough to get that up and running.
Thanks for the info!
I've added a "stop" trigger to the animation in question.
I can get multiple compositions to run in one page, no problem. - I just don't know how to control them from outside the animation (play(), stop(), etc...)
I apologize for my lack of knowledge (I'm just now trying to wrap my head around the use of javscript in Edge!) and I know this may be a bit off topic but can you tell me how to add the call (play) to the jQuery Mobile buttons?
I have this in the HTML for the jQuery buttons:
<div data-role="content" class="page_bkgrnd">
<ul data-count-theme="a" data-role="listview" data-theme="d">
<li><a href="#page2" data-transition="flip">Design</a></li>
<li><a href="#page3" data-transition="flip">Develop</a></li>
<li><a href="#page4" data-transition="flip">Deploy</a></li>
<li><a href="#page5" data-transition="flip">Portfolio</a></li>
Also, does this mean that I can make different calls and "interact" with the Edge animation from outside (as in this jQuery example) the animation, or am I misinterpreting this?
I guess I never thought that far but that could open up an entire new can of worms and a world of possibilities :-)
NOTE - To be clear, the jQuery Mobile code is NOT within Edge).
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I'd suggest you read the "Call Edge Animate APIs on a different composition" for information on how you can call into an Animate composition from outside of that composition.