• Resolved andreslav

    (@andreslav)


    The animations “Flip In X” and “Flip In Y” are swapped: “Flip In X” should animate blocks horizontally, and “Flip In Y” vertically.

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  • Thread Starter andreslav

    (@andreslav)

    Same problem: “Slide In Right” and “Slide In Left”.

    Gif: https://ibb.co/8bmT82R

    Plugin Support AndreeaR

    (@andreearadacina21)

    Hey there @andreslav,

    Thank you for bringing this in our attention!

    We appreciate your cooperation in reporting the issue you’re encountering. An issue has been forwarded to our product development team for review.

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    Plugin Author Hardeep Asrani

    (@hardeepasrani)

    Hey @andreslav,

    We use animate.css for CSS animations, and our animations work similarly to how they do on animate.css, as you can see here: https://animate.style/

    I can see why this could be confusing as those titles are less of description of the animation and more of identifier.

    Let me know if you notice different behavior in Otter as compared to animate.css website.

    Thread Starter andreslav

    (@andreslav)

    Hey @hardeepasrani,

    Indeed, it’s the same there as in the plugin.

    Thank you for the clarification.

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