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Thread: Programatically set Silverlight rotational transform

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    Programatically set Silverlight rotational transform

    Hi,
    i have tried to wrap my head around Silverlight and got a bit stuck on how to programatically add a rotational transform to a storyboard, i've tried a lot of different options and also spent some time looking for documentation but i've come up short.
    This is what I have tried most recently:

    DoubleAnimation myDoubleAnimation = newDoubleAnimation();
    myDoubleAnimation.Duration = duration;

    Storyboard sb = newStoryboard();
    sb.Duration = duration;

    sb.Children.Add(myDoubleAnimation);

    Rectangle rectangle = newRectangle();
    rectangle = sender asRectangle;

    if (null != rectangle)
    {
    ImageBrush ib = newImageBrush();
    ib.ImageSource = newBitmapImage(newUri("Images/Sunset.jpg", UriKind.Relative));
    rectangle.Fill = ib;

    Storyboard.SetTarget(myDoubleAnimation, rectangle);
    Storyboard.SetTargetProperty(myDoubleAnimation, newPropertyPath ("(rectangle.RenderTransform.Transform)"));

    PropertyPath pp = newPropertyPath("(0).(1)", newDependencyProperty[] {
    Rectangle.RenderTransformProperty, RotateTransform.AngleProperty });

    myDoubleAnimation.From = 0;
    myDoubleAnimation.To = 360;

    myBorder.Resources.Add(rectangle.Name+"Animation", sb);

    sb.Begin();

    I'd be thankfull for any input

  2. #2
    Are you trying to programmatically create the element you wish to apply the animation to?


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