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Exercise: Create a panic button which throbs, using a storyboard
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Depending on how you're feeling, either create a window called Panic to hold a suitably reassuring looking text box and panic button, or open up the window in the folder shown above:
All help systems should contain one of these!
Create an event trigger to handle the button's click event:
The start of an event trigger for the panic button.
Now add two double animations (each with duration 1 second) to set:
- The storyboard's target property to Width or Height, depending on which double animation you're setting; and
- The storyboard's target name property to txt (the name of the text box whose size you want to change).
- The To property to 200 (width) or 60 (height).
Try running your application and clicking on your button:
You can now play the amusing game of trying to click on the moving cross to close down your window!
Close any windows that you have open.