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Latest revision as of 10:46, 10 July 2012

The Page Object is the object that stores a page in the flipbook.

Key Type Description Sample value
acceleration Boolean The acceleration mode for this page true
cornerSize Number Width and height in pixels of the each corner 100
next Number The page will turn to the number of page specified here 2
page Number The current page number 1
turn jQuery Element A reference to the current flipbook
$("#flipbook")
z-index Number The z position of this page 10

[edit] Example

$("#flipbook").turn("start", function(event, pageObject, corner) {

	if (pageObject.page==1) {
		pageObject.next = 4;
	}
});

This example will skip the page 2 when turning the page from 1.

[edit] See also

Event: start

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