Transistion Effects from Interface Builder

  • I'm trying to use IB3 to create some transition effects for a tab view.  I was under the impression that this could be done just from IB.  Here's a step by step of what I tried.

    1.  Added TabView to a Window.
    2.  Inserted labels into each of the two tabs so that I could tell the difference between them.
    3.  Setup fade-in and fade-out on each of the individual tab views in the transitions section of the effects palette.
    4.  Ran in both Cocoa Simulator and as a stand alone app.  I couldn't see any transition effects anywhere.

    Here are the things I tried

    1.  Set the tab view and the super view as a layer backed view.
    2.  Setup every transition I could think of for the super view, the tab view, it's sub-views etc.  I didn't notice any transitions when I went to run the app.
    3.  I fiddled with the settings for transition effects (image settings, duration, etc.).  Nothing seemed to work.
    4.  forgetting the tab view for a second I tried to add a view to the window programmatically using addSubview (this was with a subview transition set in Interface Builder).  The subview just popped in with no transition whatsoever.

    Has anyone else tried to set up transitions in Interface Builder 3?  Has anyone else gotten this to work?  I don't seem to have any troubles doing this in code, just in Interface Builder.

    Thanks,

    Robert

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  • Hasn't worked for me either.

    Andre

    On $BJ?@.(B 19/11/02, at 1:34, Robert McHugh wrote:

    > I'm trying to use IB3 to create some transition effects for a tab
    > view.  I was under the impression that this could be done just from
    > IB.  Here's a step by step of what I tried.
    >
    > 1.  Added TabView to a Window.
    > 2.  Inserted labels into each of the two tabs so that I could tell
    > the difference between them.
    > 3.  Setup fade-in and fade-out on each of the individual tab views
    > in the transitions section of the effects palette.
    > 4.  Ran in both Cocoa Simulator and as a stand alone app.  I
    > couldn't see any transition effects anywhere.
    >
    > Here are the things I tried
    >
    > 1.  Set the tab view and the super view as a layer backed view.
    > 2.  Setup every transition I could think of for the super view, the
    > tab view, it's sub-views etc.  I didn't notice any transitions when
    > I went to run the app.
    > 3.  I fiddled with the settings for transition effects (image
    > settings, duration, etc.).  Nothing seemed to work.
    > 4.  forgetting the tab view for a second I tried to add a view to
    > the window programmatically using addSubview (this was with a
    > subview transition set in Interface Builder).  The subview just
    > popped in with no transition whatsoever.
    >
    > Has anyone else tried to set up transitions in Interface Builder
    > 3?  Has anyone else gotten this to work?  I don't seem to have any
    > troubles doing this in code, just in Interface Builder.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Robert
    >
    >
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