marquee

⏩ A Flutter widget that scrolls text infinitely. Provides many customizations, including custom scroll directions and velocities, pausing after every round and specifying custom durations and curves for accelerating and decelerating.

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Usage

This is a minimalistic example:

Marquee(
  text: 'There once was a boy who told this story about a boy: "',
)

And here's a piece of code that makes full use of the marquee's customizability:

Marquee(
  texts: [ 'Some sample text.', 'Some other text.' ],
  style: TextStyle(fontWeight: FontWeight.bold),
  scrollAxis: Axis.horizontal,
  blankSpace: 20.0,
  velocity: 100.0,
  pauseAfterRound: Duration(seconds: 1),
  startPadding: 10.0,
  accelerationDuration: Duration(seconds: 1),
  accelerationCurve: Curves.linear,
  decelerationDuration: Duration(milliseconds: 500),
  decelerationCurve: Curves.easeOut,
)

For more information about the properties, have a look at the API reference.

LICENSE

Libraries

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Dart

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Core

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dart:core
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dart:typed_data
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VM

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