Its called "out of view"
you select the element you want to apply the transition to
then move over to the "styles" panel
move down to the section "In State" open the menu, and select "Out Of View"
go ahead and apply whatever transaction you want to that element
(tip<<< it is worth applying an additional class name first, then should you require the same transition to other elements., you only need then to apply the class name to the other element)
If you wish to set transaction timings then re-select the
"in state" REGULAR,
move over to the tab "EFFECTS"
open the "all transitions" tab
there you can select the actual transition you did, set the function ease or ease in ease out or both, set the transition time, and any transition delay as required.
One can achieve some really nice transitions this way (similarly with the "in state" HOVER"
I have a video tutorial all about this (although not covering every transition that can be done just some basics) unfortunalely my hosting service is shut down for 2 days so I will have to put it up onto YouTube, let me know if anyone is interested in following a video tutorial & I will see what I can do.
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