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You can read the Using Animations walkthrough for more details about creating these generic animation declarations, as well as other ways to use the animation framework.The framework provides a lot of useful animations to handle movement, resizing, fading, etc.Firstly, you could try to put the Update Panel outside the Tab Panel and test whether it will cause same issue.Secondly, if you could share us a sample that could reproduce your problem on our sides, then we will check the code to find the problem.When I press "btn Test1" or "btn Test2", both Update Panel Animation Extender fire.I want "upae Test1" Update Panel Animation Extender fires for "up Test1" Update Panel and "upae Test2" Update Panel Animation Extender fires for "up Test2" Update Panel. Looks like you're running into a known issue about using Animation Target in the On Updated animation. (Btw: I fought to get the dynamic animation properties included in the 61214 release, but unfortunately for a number of reasons I was overruled so they'll be in the release after - although you can play with them in our Development branch by downloading the latest source).

I have two Update Panel and two Update Panel Animation Extender, as show in the code below.As well as posting the example as Nicholas suggests can you post the DXDIAG report too? "vineet" In WPF (even with considerable improvement in version 3.5), while running multiple animations in a single window, The performance of one animation suffers a lot. Even after first run, when the images have beeen cached, when the 3D Transition happens, there are lots of jerks in the first transition. Hi, Sorry for the (very)late reply Here is a link to attached solution, for example, i have two image transitions on two independent Canvases on a Grid. is simple, slide transformation running, continously from left to right with multiple images. 5d1xl0cwzug Note whenever the animation on the upper imageslide show starts, esp, 3D Transition, the animation in the bottom strip shakes. NET/C# MVP]" wrote: In WPF (even with considerable improvement in version 3.5), while running multiple animations in a single window, The performance of one animation suffers a lot. Even after first run, when the images have beeen cached, when the 3D Transition happens, there are lots of jerks in the first transition. Hi, Sorry for the (very)late reply Here is a link to attached solution, Rendering Also here is the dxdiag report as asked by Bob Powell. The capabilities of the system will also be likely to change depending on the graphics card capabilities for DX9. NET consulting great Windows Forms articles in Windows Forms Tips and Tricks those GDI questions with the GDI FAQ new articles provide code in C# and VB. Subscribe to the RSS feeds provided and never miss a new article.As well as posting the example as Nicholas suggests can you post the DXDIAG report too? "vineet" In WPF (even with considerable improvement in version 3.5), while running multiple animations in a single window, The performance of one animation suffers a lot. Even after first run, when the images have beeen cached, when the 3D Transition happens, there are lots of jerks in the first transition.

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