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Launch animation control only on certain conditions

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi all. I have a custom control that I am using an animation control in.  I have a few different applications that use
this control and not all of them require this animation. 
The label that is linked to the animation is common to all calling applications.  I can set a hidden variable to
determine the calling application on load but how do I stop the animation from launching if the calling app does not use it ?

The set up is that I have the animation launching on mouseover of a label and collapsing on the onmouseout. 
Thanks for any replies.


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