<cond> (Condition)

This element specifies conditions on time nodes in a timeline. It is used within a list of start condition or list of end condition elements.

[Example: For example, suppose we have a shape with a two second delay after the animation is started.

    <p:cond delay="2000"/>
    <p:animEffect transition="in" filter="blinds(horizontal)">
        <p:cTn id="7" dur="1000"/>
          <p:spTgt spid="4"/>

End Example]

Parent Elements

<endCondLst>4.6.37); <nextCondLst>4.6.51); <prevCondLst>4.6.55); <stCondLst>4.6.73)

Child Elements


<rtn> (Runtime Node Trigger Choice)


<tgtEl> (Target Element)


<tn> (Time Node)




<delay> (Trigger Delay)

This attribute describes the delay after an animation is triggered.

The possible values for this attribute are defined by the ST_TLTime simple type (§4.8.42).

<evt> (Trigger Event)

This attribute describes the event that triggers an animation.

The possible values for this attribute are defined by the ST_TLTriggerEvent simple type (§4.8.52).

The following XML Schema fragment defines the contents of this element:

<complexType name="CT_TLTimeCondition">
	<choice minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1">
	<element name="tgtEl" type="CT_TLTimeTargetElement"/>
	<element name="tn" type="CT_TLTriggerTimeNodeID"/>
	<element name="rtn" type="CT_TLTriggerRuntimeNode"/>
	<attribute name="evt" use="optional" type="ST_TLTriggerEvent"/>
	<attribute name="delay" type="ST_TLTime" use="optional"/>