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Animated Arrow Gif

In this category, you will find awesome Arrows images and animated Arrows gifs! You can download or direct link all Arrows clip art and animations on this page for free - you will see all the relevant details, when you click on the graphic.

Animated Arrow Gif

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I want the animation to look like an arrow being drawn in black marker pen on a whiteboard - so just a black line with a pea-sized circular brush stroke, and ideally on a transparent background so it can be overlaid on other things on a webpage, though I could live with a white background as a workaround.

I had a look at this question but it seems like the OP's requirement is in the opposite direction to mine (generate a drawing animation from an already-completed drawing). So not sure if that accepted answer is applicable for the reverse direction (I don't really understand it to be honest, but if it is, I will learn!) or if I should use that solution from a finished version of the arrow, but this seems a pretty complex workaround.

You could draw the arrow by creating a motion tween in Adobe Flash CC and then save it in the ".gif" format. All you need to do is, go to "publish settings" and check the "gif" checkbox and publish to your hard drive.

I would do this by drawing the arrow how I like and then erasing the final arrow one little chunk at a time in the opposite sequence that they are drawn. Maybe 30 or 40 chunks total. I would use photoshop's gif/animation feature. As I erase I create a new layer. Put these layers in order and tweak the settings. Reasonable playback speed should fool the eye. Take smaller eraser bites if necessary.

The down arrow animated gif image on the file picker to indicate drag and drop functionality animates automatically and lasts for more than 5 seconds. This breaks WCAG 2.1 Level AA success criterion 2.2.2.

@aolsonpacheco while I agree that there should be a way to stop or pause animated GIFs, I'm curious about the "major platforms" you mention that provide a stop/pause option for them. The only major web applications I've seen that programmatically pause GIFs are social media sites. I'm not aware of any LMS that includes an option to stop or pause GIFs.

In the video, the still image is visible. Clicking on the still image does nothing.Clicking the arrow beneath the still image reveals the animated image below the arrow. (So we have visible still, visible arrow, visible animated gif)Clicking either of the images does not hide the animated gif.Clicking the arrow hides the animated gif.

Doing a search online, I also found the code you included above @mtuten. That and other solutions I found all seemed to require uploading two separate images - the animated gif and a still image (jpg, gif, png) to cover it. Then when you select whichever image is currently displayed, the alternative version of the image displays.

It would definitely be nice to have a programmatic solution from Canvas to automatically create the second, still copy of the image and swap the display of still and animated image as the user selects it with Enter or click. However, I'm not sure they would consider it a bug to fix as much as a new feature request or improvement.

Much as the workarounds presented here are nice, they require faculty to be versed in enough HTML to implement them, and even then they compromise the desired experience of adding an animated GIF to a page. This is an accessibility issue, and I would like to see Instructure prioritize updating their code so that when GIFs are added using the RCE, they will play once and on click. Otherwise, Canvas is not WCAG 2.1 compliant, and any institution using it would need to carefully monitor every course and remediate all animated GIFs with one of these workarounds or remove them. I'm not sure if this particular issue would be a 508 compliance issue, but this is an issue with a straight forward technical fix that institutions cannot implement themselves and should be part of how Canvas works "out of the box." On a related note, Canvas images should also support the figure and figcaption tags so that accessible captions can be added in the image options. Without this support, the vast majority of images will be captioned incorrectly because very few users know or will take the time to go into the HTML to add their captions.

@mwolfenstein I think the problem is that making animated gifs pause automatically is not a "straightforward technical fix". It's hard enough to get Instructure to put easy fixes into place (e.g., adding a non-color text indicator for dropped grades in the Gradebook), let alone something this complex.

Edit: as far as feasibility of play/pause, this exists in MS Teams. When I drag an infinitely looping animated GIF into a Teams chat, it automatically has a play/pause button added and plays on click. I don't think there is a good excuse for Instructure not implementing features that exist on other major platforms and meet accessibility requirement. From their quarterly report full year 2022 revenue: Revenue is expected to be in the range of $471.2 million to $472.2 million 041b061a72


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