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Can I give a single object multiple distinct animations?

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I'm new to in5, is it possible for a single object to have multiple distinct animations applied to it?

For example, I need a hand to pulse on page load, then move to the right, then pulse again, then move again etc, and finally fade out, basically pointing out different elements on the page then disappearing.

I know I can use a number of objects (each animated differently) to get this effect, but the page ends up quite cluttered.

Is it possible to do this with a single animated object?

Many thanks
asked Feb 8 in how_to by bobjaygee (150 points)

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You can only apply one animation to an object, but if that object is part of a group, the group can have its own animation.

So, if you nest the item in multiple groups, you can apply several animations.

Tip: Groups require more than one object. You can use an empty rectangle as the second object.
answered Feb 8 by justin (111,760 points)
selected Apr 12 by justin