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Animation effects for elements

Have you planned to add animation effects to the elements? It's the only thing missing to make your software even more awesome than it is and compete with Keynote. Cheers

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      • robert rex commented  · 

        Animation effects have always played a vital role in the creation of an exceptional power point presentation. I am a digital marketer and utilize is awesome functionality more and more. It is my personal observation during working at https://branex.com/marketing-solutions/ that your presentation speaks loudly, in other words, it works as an ambassador for your product and service.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Animations have thee great impact in the digital field and people tries to do the marketing in the form of animation and the animation which effect the elements is depend on the software which is according to it and they are generally some special task of it and https://www.ingic.sg/digital-marketing/ are also working on this thing.

      • Matthew Adams commented  · 

        Morning Hakim , any ideas on how to animate items only when u click the screen once again ? I want my students to click to view the answer post be asking the question using a click.

      • dervis4 commented  · 

        Hi,

        Until animation features are implemented, you can animate any element using custom CSS3 (requires a Pro subscription). I managed to animate the width of a rectangular shape using this code:

        @keyframes move {
        0% {
        width: 10px;
        }
        100% {
        width: 142;
        }
        }

        .rectangle {
        display: none !important;
        }

        .slides section:hover .rectangle {
        display: block !important;
        animation: move 2s linear 1;
        }

        This way, the rectangle will animate every time you enter the slide and hover over the current slide. You will also need to set a custom class name on the element you want to animate.

      • Jonathan Marino commented  · 

        +1
        I paid for professional features, animations are necessary.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Simple animations like "move" would make a huge difference!

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