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How can I manually run a story board animation created in a blend WPF project using a code-behind file?
Posted 17-Oct-10 20:26pm
Edited 18-Oct-10 12:17pm
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Sandeep Mewara at 18-Oct-10 4:32am
   
1. Not clear
2. Any effort?
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Solution 1

Yes, You can. You need to set a Key (resource key) for your StoryBoard animation while designing a StoryBoard in XAML. Access it from codebehind using TryFindResource function. Then call BeginAnimation().
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Dalek Dave at 19-Oct-10 3:21am
   
Good Call.
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Solution 2

Storyboard stbMove = (Storyboard)FindResource("storyboardname");
stbMove.Begin();
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Solution 3

This will work better in most cases :
 
Storyboard myStoryboard = (Storyboard)(this.FindName("myStoryboard"));
myStoryboard.Begin();
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