Please take a look at the sample below and see if it meets your needs: sample.approj (592 KB)
Here are steps to create this sample:
Container Layout of slide: Direction - Horizontal
Add two Flexboxes:
Add Flexbox_1: several elements such as navigation hyperlinks (in the slides and to the internet), logos, a copyright line
Add a shape (Width: 310px)
Add Flexbox_2: the document page
Width: the remaining space of the slide
Over Flow: Auto
Add content(text caption) as FlexChild
Text Caption: Width, Height: Auto
Vertical Align: Top.
If the example does not satisfy your needs, kindly send your file to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can take a look and assist you better.
I’m coming back to ask you a question about this subject.
I have placed an image A in the layout I created inside this flexbox. This image appears when you use the scroll bar. So far, everything is normal, everything is OK.
Now, if it is possible, I would like to use an automatic fade-in effect, so that this image A lets appear an image B of the same size, then image A reappears, and so on.
Can Active Presenter do this?
Thanks for your help.
It will be helpful if you can explain more so we can understand your idea better.
When do you want that effect to happen? Will it work when scrolling to the image?
And please correct me if I understand wrongly how the effect works. If image A disappears, image B replaces image A, so image A reappears to replace image B?
Basically yes. But if I may make a comparison, it’s as if I had an animated gif image, and therefore, an image that gradually proposes the appearance of another image in its place and vice versa. But as the image is large, making an animated GIF of this size would be very heavy. That’s why I was wondering if it would be possible to use the features of Active Presenter to realize this kind of effect, like using a timeline.
Did I make myself clear?