Thanks a lot, Cedric. You've been nothing but helpful when dealing
with unexpected behaviors.
I truly wasn't expecting the inner GROUP's events to propagate to the
upper one. I changed my "show" program and it worked perfectly.
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 7:31 PM, Cedric BAIL <cedric.bail@...> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 9:08 PM, Eduardo Felipe
> <eduardofelipe87@...> wrote:
>> I was trying to animate the position of a GROUP part of an Edje but no
>> matter what transition time I chose it just jumped to the final
>> description, without animating to it.
>> I talked to Cedric on #edevel and he also gets the same behavior. He
>> found out that the transition is not taken into account at all.
>> Here is an .edc that triggers the bug: http://pastebin.com/1cTA3CdN
>> I would appreciate any pointers as where to look and what to do.
> I finally understood why we got this behaviour. In fact the GROUP
> instantiate another edje object. So you will get a show event from the
> main object and another from "grid:". Because you catch both of them
> in your program, the first STATE_SET does start the animation and the
> second call just jump to the end of this animation.
> So not a bug, just an expected behaviour, maybe not that obvious !
> Cedric BAIL