I have moved an object to ma canvas and want to move it out later (or to simply make it disappear after some time).
Any clue for that?
Thanks and cheers,
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On Mon, 23 Mar, 2015 at 6:00 PM
Options: 1) move the camera to a blank area of the canvas, add a new element, click "set camera" 2) use morph to morph the object to a copy of the same object with a 0% opacity 3) use morph to morph the object to a location slightly outside of the visible canvas 4) (if your canvas/background is also white) cover the object with a white object such as the "scribble out" which is the last object in the "shapes" library I think.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
On Fri, 3 Jun, 2016 at 7:17 PM
It would be nice if I could make an object (image or text) disappear without placing something overtop it or moving the camera. In one project I am making, I have a screen with several text objects. I want to highlight one object by changing its color and then restoring it back to normal after a little bit. I almost achieved that by using 3 copies of the object. I make the second one appear red, and then the third one is the original black. However, at the end, I can still see a little red underneath even though they are in exactly the same spot.
On Fri, 3 Jun, 2016 at 9:44 PM
if your objects each have a white background (and your scribe has a white background, they will cover each other with no problems.