2.8.32 TimeAnimationValueListEntry

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Referenced by: TimeAnimationValueListContainer

A structure that specifies a key point in a property animation.


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timeAnimationValueAtom

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varValue (variable)

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varFormula (variable)

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timeAnimationValueAtom (12 bytes): A TimeAnimationValueAtom record that specifies the time, as a percentage of the animation time, at which the property takes on the value specified by the varValue and varFormula fields.

varValue (variable): An optional TimeVariant record that specifies a value that corresponds to the time as specified in the timeAnimationValueAtom.time field. The sub-field varValue.rh.recInstance MUST be 0x000. If the varFormula field exists, the property takes on the value specified by the formula; otherwise, the property takes on this value.

varFormula (variable): An optional TimeVariantString record that specifies a formula to be used to specify a complex animation for an object. The sub-field varFormula.rh.recInstance MUST be 0x001.

The formula manipulates a property value of the object, over a specified period of time. Each formula has zero or more inputs specified by the ($) symbol, zero or more variables specified by the (#) symbol, and a target variable. In each instance, the special symbols are pre-pended to the variable name. The target variable is specified by the behavior.stringList.rgChildRec field of the TimeAnimateBehaviorContainer record (section 2.8.29) that also contains the TimeAnimationValueListContainer record (section 2.8.31) that contains this TimeAnimationValueListEntry record. The formula may contain one or more of any of the following constants, operators or functions. In addition, the formula may also contain floating-point numbers and parentheses.

The varFormula.stringValue MUST be a valid FORMULA as specified in the following ABNF (specified in [RFC5234]) grammar:

 FORMULA = TERM *(( "+" / "-" ) TERM)
 TERM = POWER *(( "*" / "/" / "%" ) POWER)
 POWER = UNARY *("^" UNARY)
 UNARY = ["+" / "-"] FACTOR
 FACTOR = VARIABLE / CONSTANT / FUNCTION / PARENS
 PARENS = "(" FORMULA ")"CHAR = "." / "_" / ALPHA / DIGIT
 NUMBER   = 1*DIGIT
 EXPONENT = ( "e" / "E" ) ["-"] NUMBER
 VALUE = NUMBER ["." NUMBER] [EXPONENT]
 VARIABLE = "$" / ATTRIBUTE
 ATTRIBUTE = ["#"] ATTRNAME
 ATTRNAME = OFFICEART_CLIENT_ATTRNAME / OFFICEART_FOPT_ATTRNAME
 OFFICEART_CLIENT_ATTRNAME = "ppt_x" / "ppt_y" / "ppt_w" / "ppt_h" / "ScaleX" / "ScaleY"
 OFFICEART_FOPT_ATTRNAME = "stype.rotation" / "style.opacity" / "style.visibility" / "ppt_r" / "r" / "style.fontSize" / "style.fontWeight" / "style.fontStyle" / "style.fontFamily" / "style.textEffectEmboss" / "style.textShadow" / "style.textTransform" / "style.textDecorationUnderline" / "style.textEffectOutline" / "style.textDecorationLineThrough" / "style.sRotation" / "imageData.cropTop" / "imageData.cropBottom" / "imageData.cropLeft" / "imageData.cropRight" / "imageData.gain" / "imageData.blackleve" / "imageData.gamma" / "imageData.grayscale" / "fill.on" / "fill.type" / "fill.opacity" / "fill.method" / "fill.opacity2" / "fill.angle" / "fill.focus" / "fill.focusposition.x" / "fill.focusposition.y" / "fill.focussize.x" / "fill.focussize.y" / "stroke.on" / "stroke.weight" / "stroke.opacity" / "stroke.linestyle" / "stroke.dashstyle" / "stroke.filltype" / "stroke.imagesize.x" / "stroke.imagesize.y" / "stroke.startArrow" / "stroke.endArrow" / "stroke.startArrowWidth" / "stroke.startArrowLength" / "stroke.endArrowWidth" / "stroke.endArrowLength" / "shadow.on" / "shadow.type" / "shadow.opacity" / "shadow.offset.x" / "shadow.offset.y" / "shadow.offset2.x" / "shadow.offset2.y" / "shadow.origin.x" / "shadow.origin.y" / "shadow.matrix.xtox" / "shadow.matrix.ytox" / "shadow.matrix.xtox" / "shadow.matrix.ytoy" / "shadow.matrix.perspectiveX" / "shadow.matrix.perspectiveY" / "skew.on" / "skew.offset.x" / "skew.offset.y" / "skew.origin.x" / "skew.origin.y" / "skew.matrix.xtox" / "skew.matrix.ytox" / "skew.matrix.xtox" / "skew.matrix.ytoy" / "skew.matrix.perspectiveX" / "skew.matrix.perspectiveY" / "extrusion.on" / "extrusion.type" / "extrusion.render" / "extrusion.viewpointorigin.x" / "extrusion.viewpointorigin.y" / "extrusion.viewpoint.x" / "extrusion.viewpoint.y" / "extrusion.viewpoint.z" / "extrusion.plane" / "extrusion.skewangle" / "extrusion.skewamt" / "extrusion.backdepth" / "extrusion.foredepth" / "extrusion.orientation.x" / "extrusion.orientation.y" / "extrusion.orientation.z" / "extrusion.orientationangle" / "extrusion.rotationangle.x" / "extrusion.rotationangle.y" / "extrusion.lockrotationcenter" / "extrusion.autorotationcenter" / "extrusion.rotationcenter.x" / "extrusion.rotationcenter.y" / "extrusion.rotationcenter.z" / "extrusion.colormode"
 CONSTANT = VALUE / "pi" / "e"
 IDENT = "abs" / "acos" / "asin" / "atan" / "ceil" / "cos" / "cosh" / "deg" / "exp" / "floor" / "ln" / "max" / "min" / "rad" / "rand" / "sin" / "sinh" / "sqrt" / "tan" / "tanh"
 FUNCTION = IDENT "(" FORMULA ["," FORMULA] ")"

Components of the preceding formula are further specified as follows.

Operator precedence

Mathematical operations have the following order of precedence, listed from lowest to highest. Operators listed on the same line have equal precedence.

  1. "+" (Addition), "-" (Subtraction)

  2. "*" (Multiplication), "/" (Division), "%" (Modulo)

  3. "^" (Exponentiation)

  4. "-" (Unary minus), "+" (Unary plus)

  5. Variables, Constants (including numbers) and Functions

    Variables

    The symbol '$' represents the value of varValue.

    Attributes

    ATTRNAME MUST be one from the following two lists:

  • OFFICEART_CLIENT_ATTRNAME specifies the list of attributes that are translated from the OfficeArtClientAnchor record.

  • OFFICEART_FOPT_ATTRNAME specifies the list of attributes that are translated from the OfficeArtFOPT record ([MS-ODRAW] section 2.2.9).

    Constants

    Name

    Description

    pi

    Mathematical constant pi

    e

    Mathematical constant e

    Operators

    Name

    Description

    Usage

    +

    Addition

    "x+y", adds x to the value y

    -

    Subtraction

    "x-y", subtracts y from the value x

    *

    Multiplication

    "x*y", multiplies x by the value y

    /

    Division

    "x/y", divides x by the value y

    %

    Modulus

    "x%y", the remainder of x/y

    ^

    Power

    "x^y", x raised to the power y

    Functions

    Name

    Description

    Usage

    abs

    Absolute value

    "abs(x)", absolute value of x

    acos

    Arc Cosine

    "acos(x)", arc cosine of the value x

    asin

    Arc Sine

    "asin(x)", arc sine of the value x

    atan

    Arc Tangent

    "atan(x)", arc tangent of the value x

    ceil

    Ceil value

    "ceil(x)", value of x rounded up

    cos

    Cosine

    "cos(x)", cosine of the value of x

    cosh

    Hyperbolic Cosine

    "cosh(x)", hyperbolic cosine of the value x

    deg

    Radiant to Degree convert

    "deg(x)", the degree value of radiant value x

    exp

    Exponent

    "exp(x)", value of constant e raised to the power of x

    floor

    Floor value

    "floor(x)", value of x rounded down

    ln

    Natural logarithm

    "ln(x)", natural logarithm of x

    max

    Maximum of two values

    "max(x,y)", returns x if (x > y) or returns y if (y > x)

    min

    Minimum of two values

    "min(x,y)", returns x if (x < y) or returns y if (y < x)

    rad

    Degree to Radiant convert

    "rad(x)", the radiant value of degree value x

    rand

    Random value

    "rand(x)", returns a random floating point value between 0 and x

    sin

    Sine

    "sin(x)", sine of the value x

    sinh

    Hyperbolic Sine

    "sinh(x)", hyperbolic sine of the value x

    sqrt

    Square root

    "sqrt(x)", square root of the value x

    tan

    Tangent

    "tan(x)", tangent of the value x

    tanh

    Hyperbolic Tangent

    "tanh(x)", hyperbolic tangent of the value x

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