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Boban Talevski24,793 Points
Why are we setting a target for the fadeLyrics transition and not for the changeBounds transition?
TransitionSet transitionSet = new TransitionSet(); transitionSet.setOrdering(TransitionSet.ORDERING_SEQUENTIAL); ChangeBounds changeBounds = new ChangeBounds(); // not setting a target for this transition changeBounds.setDuration(200); transitionSet.addTransition(changeBounds); Fade fadeLyrics = new Fade(); // setting a target for this transition fadeLyrics.addTarget(R.id.lyrics); fadeLyrics.setDuration(150); transitionSet.addTransition(fadeLyrics); TransitionManager.go(expandedScene, transitionSet);
I mean I know we are setting the target for the fadeLyrics transition because we want the lyrics TextView to fade in, but what is actually happening behind the scenes?
Is my assumption correct that by default the transition affects every view in its scope unless specified with addTarget?
What makes lyrics invisible during the changeBounds transition? Is it the fact that it's set as a target for the fadeLyrics transition and by default should start as fully transparent (invisible) and it's in that state while waiting for the first transition changeBounds to finish? Even though it seems to be affected by changeBounds while invisible (I initially thought it isn't) and is expanding to fill its designated space on the screen.