I am using animators (ObjectAnimator) to animate few properties (scale, rotate) of a view.
Target view is animating properly when ObjectAnimators are set to it.
But there is an added requirement to get view to the original position (reset) after a while.
I tried to cancel() the animator but it only cancels the animation and doesn’t reset the view.
Possible solution : creating another animator that does just opposite of the initial animator.
Is there any other way to reset it ?
See the solution I came up with as I had a similar issue with animations inside views in a recycler view, so I had to find a way to reset them:
Good news in Android O these will be better supported
Do you mean stop a running animation? If so, call
clearAnimation() to remove animations from the views that you called
If what you mean is to reset the view to its original appearance after the animation is over, always
setFillAfter(false); to the animations.
I met the same problem, because I animate the view use
removeView() again and again for not creating new view, but a view can be shown once, when you remove the view, you call
addview() again, it is no show, but you see the property visibility is visible and
animationListener also be called. it is strange.