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Old 09-14-2009, 03:02 PM   #1
george314
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Distribution: Slackware 13, Ubuntu 9.04, Windows XP Pro
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Kslideshow image transitions Slackware 13


I would like to use Kslideshow to display some photos. I like the way it works except for all the different transitions. I just need one simple transition that switches or fades one photo off and another photo on. I found the following article but don't quite know how to do all that:

http://www.kde-forum.org/artikel/169...ansitions.html

Would someone please help me find a way to change the transitions the way I like. If there is not an easyer way than the one described at the link, then could someone explain how to do the above in Slackware?

Thanks

George

P.S: Also, is there a way for Kslideshow to display photos seqentially in order, and when interrupted, for it to start where it left off?
 
  


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