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Re: [css-transitions]: Lacking satisfying specification interrupted transitions

From: Axel Dahmen <brille1@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2015 18:19:46 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <me9nno$eq0$1@ger.gmane.org>
*haha* :-))  Thank you, Glen.

Hmm, that sounds like great idea! I'd fervently be looking forward to see 
it!

And I suggest you hang on to see my next future suggestion then ;)

Cheers,
Axel


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"Glen Huang"  schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
news:A3240994-FF8A-4443-89B3-9EC44CFB27CD@gmail.com...

I’m not in the WG, and have no comment on the proposal, but just can’t help 
to marvel at the video. It's so professionally done.

You made a freaking video (and not so short) for just a proposal, and it 
even changes the camera angle while you talk!

I really need to think about how I should make a proposal next time 
(probably only a 3D game in which things float in the mid air playing my 
proposal would trump it). ;)

> On Mar 17, 2015, at 10:09 PM, Axel Dahmen <brille1@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> I've been trying to implement smooth scrolling by means of CSS3 
> transitions.
>
> Doing so I noticed that the current specification lacks specifying a 
> satisfying path on how interrupted transitions should be implemented to 
> provide a smooth segue from transition to transition.
>
> In the development edition of the specification a suggestion has been 
> introduced to cope with this situation. However, the solution presented 
> therein doesn't seem comprehensive nor satisfying.
>
>
> I'd like to suggest a different approach to interrupted transitions.
>
> Given transition #1 will change property value (a) to property value (b) 
> and the adjoining transition will change the currently transitioned value 
> (c) to (d), my approach will apply to any kind of interrupted transitions:
>
>  *  Reversed Transitions
>      { (d) between (c) and (a) or (d) beyond (a) }
>
>  *  Continued Transitions
>      { (d) near or beyond (b) }
>
>  *  Interrupted Transitions
>      { (d) near (c) }
>
>
>
> A documentation to my suggestion can be found here:
>
>     https://youtu.be/ssiQYof5YLQ
>
> My sample JavaScript code, simulating the suggestion interrupted 
> transition behaviour can be found here:
>
>     http://jsfiddle.net/qLL607g8/
>
>
>
> RFC,
> Axel Dahmen
>
>
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