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White flashes between slides once published HTML5

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Jul 16, 2019

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Hi All,

I found white flashes between slides once published in HTML5. How to fix this? I am using the captivate 2019 version.

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Thanks to all for immediate reply. We sort it out. We slice the frame into four-part. It works fine. The .png format of the frame file also supports us. 

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White flashes between slides once published HTML5

Community Beginner ,
Jul 16, 2019

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Hi All,

I found white flashes between slides once published in HTML5. How to fix this? I am using the captivate 2019 version.

Thanks

Hi all,

Thanks to all for immediate reply. We sort it out. We slice the frame into four-part. It works fine. The .png format of the frame file also supports us. 

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Jul 17, 2019

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Hi,

have you seen this thread: White flashes between slides once published HTML5    ?

The description seems to match your problem.

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I answered the same over there as here: Slide transitions are not compatible with HTML5 output.

However I am not sure if that option was chosen. That is why I asked which theme was used and if it was a theme originally created in this version or a custom theme updated to this version?

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Hi,

I already read the above mentioned thread. I didn't apply any transition and we used svg file in master slide as default frame. This frame will reflect in each software simulation slide.

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May be due to the SVG, can you explain your workflow bit more in detail? Normally a software simulation slide is based on the Blank master slide. Maybe add some screenshots?

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Hi,

Still, we have a white flash while running html5 in between two software simulation slides. The size of the svg file is 333kb.

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Please, answer my questions...

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Hi all,

Thanks to all for immediate reply. We sort it out. We slice the frame into four-part. It works fine. The .png format of the frame file also supports us. 

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