contAccel Library Method
Short Description: Create new continuing transition keeping velocity
Signature: t.contAccel (x,y,z,d)
Class: transition Class
Returns a new transition that is continuing the motion of the
current transition. x,y,z denote the coordinates of the end point of the new transition.
d gives the duration of the new transition. to and
duration are implicitly called for the new transition
and may not be called explicitly again.
contAccel also sets the velocity of the motion in
the new transition to the velocity at the end of the previous
transition by implicitly calling vBegin of the new
transition. This makes sure that the motion appears smooth
without any sudden changes in velocity/speed of the
var a=taccgl.actor("testimg").to (200,300,0).vBegin(0,0,0).start();
var b= a.contAccel(300,500,0,3).start();
var c= b.contAccel(300,500,0,5).start();
If the current transition a was programmed using visAtEnd, opacityAtEnd, or
actor to (re)set the visibility of the associated HTML element after the transition,
then this action is shifted to the new continuing transition.
So it will no longer be carried out at the end of the current transition a
but at the end of the new transition.
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