Applying Effects to Transitions
You can apply effects, such as fade, move, or push to transitions between flow items. A fade effect makes the first flow item appear to fade out, while the next flow item fades in. A move effect makes the second flow item appear to move in over the first flow item, while the push effect appears to make a flow item push out the previous one. You can also design and use custom effects.
The transition direction determines the direction the new flow item appears from: left, right, top, bottom. You can set the duration of the effect and attach an easing curve to the effect.
To add effects:
- Select a transition line in Form Editor.
- In the context menu, select Flow > Assign Flow Effects, and then select the effect to apply.
- In Properties, modify the properties of the effect.
To edit effect properties later, select a transition, and then select Flow > Select Effect in the context menu.
You can set the duration and easing curve of all flow effects:
- In the Duration field, specify the duration of the effect.
- Select the button to open Easing Curve Editor for attaching an easing curve to the effect.
For a move or push effect, you can set some additional properties:
- In the Direction field, specify the direction that the target Flow Item appears from: left, right, top, or bottom.
- In the Scale field, set scaling for the effect.
- In the Incoming opacity and Outgoing opacity fields, specify the opacity of the effect as a number between 0 and 1.
- Select the Reveal check box to reveal the Flow Item where the transition starts.
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