Brew MP 1.0.2
The resizer transition is a transition that modifies the size of an object
over time. For example, an application could wrap a resizer transition
around a menu item, and have the selection grow when the user selects it.
As another example, combining a resizer with a fader could create a
"genie"-type animation for a popup dialog. The resizer transition will
gradually modify the size of the target in a linear manner to reach the
final desired size.
For this transition to work properly, the target widget must support
To create a resizer transition, an application would do the following:
1. Create the object that will be the target of the resizer transition
2. Call ISHELL_CreateInstance() with a class ID of
AEECLSID_TRANSITION2_RESIZER to retrieve a reference counted instance
of the resizer transition.
3. Call Transition2Resizer_Init() to setup and initialize the resizer's
custom properties, including the widget it is to wrap and the
start/end width and height.
4. Call ITransitionMgr_Add() to add the transition to a manager.
This class will free itself if the reference count reaches zero.