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Bunifu Transition – Animated Sliding Panel.

This topic contains 17 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Amos Chepchieng 7 months, 2 weeks ago.

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  • #7390

    lyric
    Participant

    I followed the tutorial video from Youtube site (go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teqYKcj62VA) step by step but later (because of my hearing impairment) i could’t hear and figure out how that guy renamed the control like sidemenu. where did he rename a control? I need a help that will be appreciated. Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  • #7391

    lyric
    Participant
    • #7394

      Amos Chepchieng
      Keymaster

      The attached link is a local file, host it somewhere or create a ticket for it.

  • #7393

    Amos Chepchieng
    Keymaster

    Hi, sorry about that, there is no explanation going on the video but music. the sidemenu control is a panel – you can rename it via properties window. Having trouble check the comment section of the video, most issues have been covered there.

  • #7420

    lyric
    Participant

    Here is my work. Download here.

  • #7487

    lyric
    Participant

    Hello please I have been waiting to get your help since yesterday…. Please fix my work for me. Here is my work
    https://mega.nz/#F!wA9XUJZT!P7NR9LCAnu0MiPIQnwrgJg

  • #7730

    Amos Chepchieng
    Keymaster

    Sorry for the late response, all you need to do is implement the click event for menu instead of putting the code inside Form_load

    Here: See Image

    or code

    private void btnSlidingPanel_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    if (slidePane.Width == 38)
    {
    slidePane.Visible = false;
    slidePane.Width = 189;
    panelAnimator.ShowSync(slidePane);
    logoAnimator.ShowSync(largeLogo);
    }
    else
    {
    logoAnimator.Hide(largeLogo);
    slidePane.Visible = false;
    slidePane.Width = 38;
    panelAnimator.ShowSync(slidePane);
    }
    }

  • #7766

    lyric
    Participant

    Thank you so much. It does work now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • #7813

    lyric
    Participant

    Hello, please I tried to animate two panels on one form but it didn’t work as expected. Please help me fix it for me. Here is my work https://mega.nz/#!xFUBhYLA!KL24usbIWowu3qlTFB-PpstQfwqTaDn66OWH8pQIZ-k

    • #33783

      SEO Website
      Participant

      the sidemenu control is a panel โ€“ you can rename seo it via properties window. Having trouble check the comment section of the video, most issues have been covered there.

  • #7985

    Amos Chepchieng
    Keymaster
  • #7995

    lyric
    Participant

    Thanks a lot ๐Ÿ™‚

  • #12841

    How to work sidemenu from right to left means an Arabic list

  • #12942

    Amos Chepchieng
    Keymaster

    Hi, please make use of right to left property like in the Image. Thank you.

  • #12981

    Please help me fix it for me. Here is my work

    https://mega.nz/#!ZuIDBR7B!0z_he_Vu-InKDxEHooVakWcJ5Ncxg6YNVtds5llIj1E

  • #49095

    pasukancebong
    Participant

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  • #66654

    ajm
    Participant

    hello mr Amos Chepchieng
    please help me .. i need this coming code u fixed for mr lyric as VB can you convert it for me please
    thnks

    private void btnSlidingPanel_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    if (slidePane.Width == 38)
    {
    slidePane.Visible = false;
    slidePane.Width = 189;
    panelAnimator.ShowSync(slidePane);
    logoAnimator.ShowSync(largeLogo);
    }
    else
    {
    logoAnimator.Hide(largeLogo);
    slidePane.Visible = false;
    slidePane.Width = 38;
    panelAnimator.ShowSync(slidePane);
    }
    }

  • #67280

    Amos Chepchieng
    Keymaster

    Hello there, here is the converted code;

    You can convert your code here

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