strategy to keep a scale after an animation

by arnouf » Tue, 08 Dec 2009 00:58:54 GMT


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 hi all,

I'm trying to keep on screen the last view after an animation.
An animation is started to scale a view and I want to keep the scale
after the animation (by default, an animation replace the view as it
starts).

if you have idea or quick solution, let me know.

Thanks by advance.

Arnaud

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