Don't attempt to slow down CASpringAnimation animations when slow-motion animations is enabled.
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Are there useful ways to dilate time with a CA spring?

Are there useful ways to dilate time with a CA spring?

Only by modifying the layer speed, which is a good deal more invasive.

Are there useful ways to dilate time with a CA spring?

Only by modifying the layer speed, which is a good deal more invasive.

This might be a crazy idea, but we could modulate tension and friction such that the damping ratio is constant.

Are there useful ways to dilate time with a CA spring?

Only by modifying the layer speed, which is a good deal more invasive.

This might be a crazy idea, but we could modulate tension and friction such that the damping ratio is constant.

Haha yes, am open to that as a possible solution :)

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