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Dashboard: Flipping widgets repeatedly??

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i just began to try to create my own simple dashboard widget, one that can "rotate" on itself. the idea is to flip the widget 3 or 4 times to the same direction so it would look like rotating.

but, i just can't figure out exactly how to do that, because no matter how many times the flip functions i called, the widget just flipped once and only once.

any idea??
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