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    HTML-TIME

    Can someone suggest a way to execute animation torugh HTM+TIME via scripting?. There is a lot of good animation on IE's TIME technology but most of the literature available makes no reference as to how to fire-up the process other than by loading the timed container. In essence..what I want to push a button on the HTML page and have some animation (via HTML+TIME). Thanks in advance.

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    Re: HTML-TIME

    This is a strange thing I've never heard of. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

    According to MSDN, "for people who already know how to use scripting languages, HTML+TIME supports a complete object model that extends the existing DHTML Object Model." But I only looked at one page (http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/a...viors/time.asp) so I don't know how far the site goes in documenting it.

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    Re: HTML-TIME

    This functionality has been available since IE 5.5 and is a very convenient way to get animation withought having to much to script. But seems to me, based on what I have read, the universe of things than can be done is fired up only by the loading of the page or some timed effect. I'm still looking for info (although I found way to partially accomplish what I want to do...) but I was hoping someone with lots of experience in the subject would be able to give me a couple of quick pointers....

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