Thanks - this is perfect.
Couple questions though...
Q1: Can you force it to display the entire secondary animation in its entirety? If for example, the second animation is 6 seconds long, but the postback itself only takes 4 seconds, is there a way to have it wait until the second animation is completed before continuing on?
What I'm trying to accomplish is to add in an "intentional visual distraction" during a postback event on a RadGrid. We have the grid populated from a database and have a series of separate filters that when maiking selections, will trim down the displayed results in the grid (on each selection, the "filter expression" is modified containing each selection for the SQL query). In the area of the page that contains these filter options, we have a "Number Display" that shows how many results have been returned (also dynamically changed based on the "filter expression"). What I'm trying to do is create an animation (for lack of a better term), that during the postback event of the grid (while its querying the server to get the new result list), will display a spinning random number sequence, then display the actual count after the postback completes.
I've got the random number generation working fine on its own (thats what I placed in the iFrame - a separate page that does nothing but display a random number sequence that spins through numbers for a fixed set of time using an AJAX Timer and click event), but need to see how to "hook it up" to rest of the page and display it in the placeholder area for the displayed number of results.
I can post some code if needed. Any thoughts on how to get this working?