Animated messages and other indicators are useful for guiding viewers. This video explores how to build smooth and meaningful UI animations.
- [Instructor] In the previous video … we got started creating our message system here. … This creates a message on the screen, … you can see the panel, … and it says, lobby area connects to offices. … This message is going to display … when the viewer enters the lobby. … Now potentially we could create … many other kinds of messages. … And in each case, the messages should be displaying … at certain times. … Right now this is displaying permanently, … so we need to create an animation … that's going to fade in and fade out this message. … Not just that, but we want to faded in and faded out … at particular times when we tell it to. … Let's get started at creating the animation itself. … To do that I'm going to make sure … that I select the Panel object here inside the hierarchy. … And I'm going to switch to the Animation tab, … which is down here inside the Project panel. … If you don't see the Animation tab, … you can easily display that. … To do that move to the menu here … and choose Window, and then select Animation, and Animation. …
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