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I am resummitting this as my earlier post did not seem to go thru: Murray, I remember your note, p69, from your book 'DMX Templates' (great reference). Adding a layer to a child page. Taking this a step her, can you Animate a layer in a template child page? -- Thanks Greg Burgh com...

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    I am resummitting this as my earlier post did not seem to go thru:
    Murray,

    I remember your note, p69, from your book 'DMX Templates' (great reference).
    Adding a layer to a child page.
    Taking this a step her, can you Animate a layer in a template child
    page?


    --
    Thanks

    Greg Burgh
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    Gregory:

    It did. I saw it and responded 21 minutes after you posted (you must not be
    getting enough message headers to keep up - I get 800 a gulp).
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    Thanks! Sure you can. Use PVII's LayerAniMagic to do the trick (you may
    have to fiddle a bit to get the js into the page's editable head region.

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    Hi Murray,
    Every time I want to use a new javascript on a child page, I just use the
    same behavior in the template and delete the actual instance, then save and
    update. Is this lame?
    Thanks,
    Jerry

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    Jerry:

    A little because it enbers every page under that template with the
    support js, but it works. You can minimize this by simply adding that extra
    js to an externalized js file. You will then take a nominal hit on the
    first page, but not on subsequent pages.

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    Jerry:

    If the js is small, I'd just put it in the external file. Who really cares?
    If it's like timeline js, then I'd put it in the editable region either by
    embedding or as a link to a separate external file.

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    Jerry:

    Mahalo....

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