Percent Property

This topic documents a feature of Visual Filters and Transitions, which is deprecated as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.

Sets or retrieves the point in a transition at which to capture the display for a static filter output.


    "DXImageTransform.Microsoft.filter-name").Percent [ = iPercent ]

Possible Values

iPercent String that specifies or receives the progress of the transition, which can range from 0 to 100 percent complete.
Default. The transition has not started.
The transition is complete.

The property is read/write. The property has a default value of 0.


The Percent property uses a transition to create a static filter. The value iPercent defines the point at which to stop the transition. The following steps describe how to create the static filter with a transition.

  1. Use the transition apply method to capture the initial content of the object, and set the Percent property to zero.
  2. Change the object's content. You can change the following properties of the object or its child elements: visibility, innerText, backgroundColor, and border.
  3. Set the transition Percent property. Choose the percent that you want the transition to progress by assigning that value to iPercent. This captures an image of the content in midtransition.
  4. Set the Enabled property of the transition to true. The content of the object updates to the captured image.

Note  You must use the visibility property to change child elements; otherwise, changes to child element properties are immediate, and are not captured by the transition.


This example uses the CheckerBoard transition to create a DIV object with a checkerboard appearance.


function fnSetChecker() {
// After setting Apply, changes to the oDiv object
//  are not displayed until Play is called."blue";

<BUTTON onclick="fnSetChecker(); onclick=''">Get Checked Display</BUTTON><BR/><BR/>
<DIV ID="oDiv" STYLE="height:250px; width:250px; background-color: gold;
               ,duration=5, transition=7);">

Applies To

BlendTrans, RevealTrans, Barn, Blinds, Fade, GradientWipe, Inset, Iris, Pixelate, RadialWipe, RandomBars, RandomDissolve, Slide, Spiral, Stretch, Strips, Wheel, Zigzag

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