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Banner Behavior

The Banner Behavior turns a PictureEdit editor into a simplified Image Slider that loops through a collection of images.

The behavior stores banner images that replace the original editor image after a certain delay.

Supported controls

Behavior options

  • Images - a collection of banner images. The behavior iterates through this collection and assigns images to the target editor's PictureEdit.Image property.
  • Interval - an amount of time (in milliseconds) it takes the editor to switch between images.
  • StartImmediatelly - a boolean property that specifies whether or not the editor should start displaying behavior images right away. If this property is disabled, the editor will start with its own original image.

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