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Slideshow thumbnails highlighting active image

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Sep 24, 2017

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I currently have a feature (auto play) slideshow with a series of thumbnails underneath, and i would like the corresponding thumbnail to change opacity (from 50% to 100%) as the main image transitions, to highlight which image is being displayed.

i have set it up using the 'states' with the settings as follows:

Normal: 50%

Rollover: 100%

Mouse Down: 100%

Active: 100%, Stroke 1

As the images transition, the stroke appears around the thumbnails however they do not change opacity.

Can someone please help me figure this out?

TIA.  

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Slideshow thumbnails highlighting active image

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I currently have a feature (auto play) slideshow with a series of thumbnails underneath, and i would like the corresponding thumbnail to change opacity (from 50% to 100%) as the main image transitions, to highlight which image is being displayed.

i have set it up using the 'states' with the settings as follows:

Normal: 50%

Rollover: 100%

Mouse Down: 100%

Active: 100%, Stroke 1

As the images transition, the stroke appears around the thumbnails however they do not change opacity.

Can someone please help me figure this out?

TIA.  

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Sep 27, 2017

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Hey nigelq,

See this doc - Add a photo album carousel in Muse where you can find a similar workflow through a widget.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Ankush

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