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I am working on a tea set animation where the teapot pours tea in a teacup. Now the issue is the fluid starts emitting from the inflow right from the first frame. I checked for an earlier post regarding the same question in the link below

How to stop fluid inflow?

Now I am using Blender 2.8 and the enabled option isn't there in the 'inflow' type option

plus you cannot animate the 'flow' option as well. I did try animating the velocities but at 0m/s the fluid keeps dripping rather than a complete stop.

In short, how do you close and open a tap? Any help would be appreciated.

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In Blender 2.8 they changed the name. Instead of being called "Enabled" it's just called "Flow".

Keyframe that toggle on and off and it will give you exactly what you want.

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