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    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    Igor, Thanks for showing that there are, as with most things in PTE, an almost infinite number of ways of doing most things. Here's a limited comparison of just the default Animation Speeds used as Modifiers and a slightly altered version. Run in Preview or, preferably, in O&A manually. Animation Speed.ptestyle Add a blank slide to a 16:9 Project and apply the Style. DG
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    60 Second Analogue Timer

    N.B. The Second Hand Animation consists of just two Keyframes and utilises the Shift Modifier on the Rotate function. DG
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    60 Second Analogue Timer

    Five Minute Timer with Minute Hand: 60 second timer v3.ptestyle DG Analogue Timer.zip
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    Watch Styles

    Thanks for the reminder Lin. The difference in methodology is that with Modifiers it now needs only two KeyFrames for the Second Hand whereas previously it needed 120. DG
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    60 Second Analogue Timer

    Version 2: 60 second timer v2.ptestyle DG
  6. Apply the Style to a Blank Slide. Thanks to Jean-Cyprien for the Inspiration. 60 second timer.ptestyle DG
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    Wifi control

    Isn't it possible already? Any Smartphone App which will control a Powerpoint/Open Office Presentation would do the same for PTE. Or are you thinking of something more than just Forward, Backward, Pause etc?
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    Door opening closing

    The door should be a child of the door frame with its centre moved to the edge. Check both kf to make sure that there are no differences between them. You should only need two kf. DG
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    PP Gallery Transition

    Use Full Screen Images. Do not use on Slide one. PP Gallery.pteeff DG
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    (SOLVED) Jumping videos

    MUR, THis is the Antidote to 1803. Could you repeat the link here please? DG
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    Text Object

    Hi Lin, I cannot understand what made you think that it was NOT a suggestion for Version 10? "SUGGESTIONS FOR THE NEXT VERSIONS" is where he posted. The next Version after 9 is presumably 10? Can you link to the question and answer regarding this requested feature in version 10 - I am sure that it exists - I just cannot find it. It matters not to me whether it is a Global feature or a Project feature. The Comment feature and the Text Box are two different animals and there are things that you can do (or are more easily done) with a Text Box which cannot be done with a Comment. It is not that I am desperate for the facility that Pierre has requested (I assume) in Version 10, but I do think that maybe moving his suggestion was a little hasty?? Igor could easily be excused for not following it up because it has been moved. DG
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    Text Object

    Hi Lin, Is it fair to move Pierre's question from the Suggestions Forum and offer him what some would consider to be a workaround? I think that he has a fair question and would like to see it given a fair chance of a reply from Igor. DG
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    (SOLVED) Jumping videos

    Mur, The symptoms that you describe have been experience by many people with Laptops with Integrated Graphics following the Windows 10 / 1803 Update. The problem CAN be solved by uninstalling the update. If it turns out that 1803 is not the problem for you then it is easily re-installed. Why don't you try it? No one else has come up with a solution so why not just try it? It worked for me and many others. DG
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    (SOLVED) Jumping videos

    IF it is the same problem then it would have the same effect on ALL pte exe file regardless of age but dependent on content. The problem is caused by the 1803 update and chooses the integrated graphics over the dedicated graphics and nothing will make it otherwise. Igor has reported it but does not expect a quick solution. DG
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