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Clock Panel @ Graphics[{Red, Rectangle[{0 + #, 0}, {2 + #, 0.5}] & @ Dynamic[Clock[{1, 10, .1}]]}, PlotRange -> {{1, 10}, {-1, 1.5}}, ImageSize -> Large] Animate v = 1; Animate[Framed @ Graphics[{Red, Rectangle[{0 + x, 0}, {2 + x, 0.5}]}, PlotRange -> {{1, 10}, {-1, 1.5}}, ImageSize -> Large], {{x, 1, ""}, 1, 10, ...


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Here is an example with Overlay[]: Manipulate[ With[{a = If[m2 > m1 (\[Mu] Cos[\[Theta]] + Sin[\[Theta]]), ( 9.8 (m2 - \[Mu] m1 Cos[\[Theta]] - m1 Sin[\[Theta]]))/( m1 + m2), ( 9.8 (m2 + \[Mu] m1 Cos[\[Theta]] - m1 Sin[\[Theta]]))/(m1 + m2)], T = If[m2 > m1 (\[Mu] Cos[\[Theta]] + Sin[\[Theta]]), ( 9.8 m1 m2 (1 + \[Mu] Cos[\...


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Here is an approach using some basics of object-oriented programming. Load the lyrics: str = "It's been a long, long time\nSince I've memorized your face\nIt's been four hours now\nSince I've wandered through your place\nAnd when I sleep on your couch\nI feel very safe\nAnd when you bring the blankets\nI cover up my face\nI do Love you, I doLove you\...


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PerformanceGoal is an easy option but if you want more control you can use ControlActive which Jon McLoone from Wolfram explains it on YouTube around 13:00. In summery you can use ControlActive[2,5] to specify two value, first (2) will be used in animations or when you're interacting with graphic, like rotating and etc, second value (5) will be used when ...


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