slide fade - Post ID 254241

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Hey guys

Is there any way to get a slide to fade into the next slide rather than the container background colour?

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We have a bunch of cool preset animation effects in there....but not that one yet. If this is an effect more people would like to see I am sure we'll add it :)
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Jamie wrote:
Is there any way to get a slide to fade into the next slide rather than the container background colour?

Bob Visser wrote:
We have a bunch of cool preset animation effects in there....but not that one yet. If this is an effect more people would like to see I am sure we'll add it :)

+1 :D

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All you +1'ers should be posting that in the Suggestions Area. This topic is not for suggestions. ;)
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
All you +1'ers should be posting that in the Suggestions Area. This topic is not for suggestions. ;)

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