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Pro SwiftUI Twitter animation example problem

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Hello, I have a question about Pro SwiftUI. I understand how "like" animation works, but I don't understand why it remains visible after user toggles to the "unlike" state afterwards.

If transition code is removed, the states change in this order: 1) Outline heart 2) Filled heart 3) Outline heart

However, if animation is enabled, the last state is different: 1) Outline heart 2) Filledheart 3) Outline heart above filled heart

Can someone explain why?

Btw, to anyone reading this thread and possibly wondering how to make the animation restart multiple times - add id(UUID()) to dismiss the identity of animated object.


It starts behaving as it should if I add id(UUID()) to the button itself - well then button gets recreated completely and that makes sense. However, why the contents of the overlay remain visible without this change even though images have different IDs remains mistery to me.


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