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com.aspose.slides

Interface ISlideShowTransition

  • All Known Implementing Classes:
    SlideShowTransition


    public interface ISlideShowTransition

    Represents slide show transition.

    • Method Summary

      All Methods Instance Methods Abstract Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method and Description
      long getAdvanceAfterTime()
      Specifies the time, in milliseconds, after which the transition should start.
      boolean getAdvanceOnClick()
      Specifies whether a mouse click will advance the slide or not.
      IAudio getSound()
      Returns or sets the embedded audio data.
      boolean getSoundIsBuiltIn()
      Specifies whether or not this sound is a built-in sound.
      boolean getSoundLoop()
      This attribute specifies if the sound will loop until the next sound event occurs in slideshow.
      int getSoundMode()
      Set or returns sound mode for slide transition.
      java.lang.String getSoundName()
      Specifies a human readable name for the sound of the transition.
      int getSpeed()
      Specifies the transition speed that is to be used when transitioning from the current slide to the next.
      int getType()
      Type of transition.
      ITransitionValueBase getValue()
      Slide show transition value.
      void setAdvanceAfterTime(long value)
      Specifies the time, in milliseconds, after which the transition should start.
      void setAdvanceOnClick(boolean value)
      Specifies whether a mouse click will advance the slide or not.
      void setSound(IAudio value)
      Returns or sets the embedded audio data.
      void setSoundIsBuiltIn(boolean value)
      Specifies whether or not this sound is a built-in sound.
      void setSoundLoop(boolean value)
      This attribute specifies if the sound will loop until the next sound event occurs in slideshow.
      void setSoundMode(int value)
      Set or returns sound mode for slide transition.
      void setSoundName(java.lang.String value)
      Specifies a human readable name for the sound of the transition.
      void setSpeed(int value)
      Specifies the transition speed that is to be used when transitioning from the current slide to the next.
      void setType(int value)
      Type of transition.
    • Method Detail

      • getSound

        IAudio getSound()

        Returns or sets the embedded audio data. Read-write IAudio.

      • setSound

        void setSound(IAudio value)

        Returns or sets the embedded audio data. Read-write IAudio.

      • getSoundMode

        int getSoundMode()

        Set or returns sound mode for slide transition. Read-write TransitionSoundMode.

      • setSoundMode

        void setSoundMode(int value)

        Set or returns sound mode for slide transition. Read-write TransitionSoundMode.

      • getSoundLoop

        boolean getSoundLoop()

        This attribute specifies if the sound will loop until the next sound event occurs in slideshow. Read-write boolean.

      • setSoundLoop

        void setSoundLoop(boolean value)

        This attribute specifies if the sound will loop until the next sound event occurs in slideshow. Read-write boolean.

      • getAdvanceOnClick

        boolean getAdvanceOnClick()

        Specifies whether a mouse click will advance the slide or not. If this attribute is not specified then a value of true is assumed. Read-write boolean.

      • setAdvanceOnClick

        void setAdvanceOnClick(boolean value)

        Specifies whether a mouse click will advance the slide or not. If this attribute is not specified then a value of true is assumed. Read-write boolean.

      • getAdvanceAfterTime

        long getAdvanceAfterTime()

        Specifies the time, in milliseconds, after which the transition should start. This setting may be used in conjunction with the advClick attribute. If this attribute is not specified then it is assumed that no auto-advance will occur. Read-write long.

      • setAdvanceAfterTime

        void setAdvanceAfterTime(long value)

        Specifies the time, in milliseconds, after which the transition should start. This setting may be used in conjunction with the advClick attribute. If this attribute is not specified then it is assumed that no auto-advance will occur. Read-write long.

      • getSpeed

        int getSpeed()

        Specifies the transition speed that is to be used when transitioning from the current slide to the next. Read-write TransitionSpeed.

      • setSpeed

        void setSpeed(int value)

        Specifies the transition speed that is to be used when transitioning from the current slide to the next. Read-write TransitionSpeed.

      • getType

        int getType()

        Type of transition. Read-write TransitionType.

      • setType

        void setType(int value)

        Type of transition. Read-write TransitionType.

      • getSoundIsBuiltIn

        boolean getSoundIsBuiltIn()

        Specifies whether or not this sound is a built-in sound. If this attribute is set to true then the generating application is alerted to check the name attribute specified for this sound in it's list of built-in sounds and can then surface a custom name or UI as needed. Read-write boolean.

      • setSoundIsBuiltIn

        void setSoundIsBuiltIn(boolean value)

        Specifies whether or not this sound is a built-in sound. If this attribute is set to true then the generating application is alerted to check the name attribute specified for this sound in it's list of built-in sounds and can then surface a custom name or UI as needed. Read-write boolean.

      • getSoundName

        java.lang.String getSoundName()

        Specifies a human readable name for the sound of the transition. The Sound(getSound()/setSound(IAudio)) property must be assigned to get or set the sound name. Read-write String.

        Throws:
        PptxException - When Sound(getSound()/setSound(IAudio)) property is not assigned.


        This name appears in the PowerPoint user interface when configuring the transition sound manually.

      • setSoundName

        void setSoundName(java.lang.String value)

        Specifies a human readable name for the sound of the transition. The Sound(getSound()/setSound(IAudio)) property must be assigned to get or set the sound name. Read-write String.

        Throws:
        PptxException - When Sound(getSound()/setSound(IAudio)) property is not assigned.


        This name appears in the PowerPoint user interface when configuring the transition sound manually.