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ShrinkingDelay

ShrinkingDelay
is an option for dynamic objects that specifies how long to delay before shrinking the size of the region in which the object is displayed to the actual size of the object.
  • ShrinkingDelay->t specifies a delay of at most t seconds.
  • ShrinkingDelay->0 specifies that the region should always be resized immediately.
  • ShrinkingDelay->Infinity specifies that the region should never shrink, so that it is always as large as it has ever been in this session.
  • ShrinkingDelay->Automatic is used in functions such as Animate to indicate that the region should not shrink over the course of the animation.
New in 6