No. The first slide is always the element that Carousel 2 is applied to, and it has to be in the position on the page where you want the carousel effect to appear, so you can’t just shift the Actions around and leave the panes where they are.
On Oct 10, 2013, at 8:21 PM, Hoffkids wrote:
I know that the order of the slides in a carousel is determined by the items on the left side (the ones on top come first and then downward.)
But how do I easily change the first one in the carousel?
It seems I cannot just move one to the top and it becomes first, the first one in the carousel is actually the one on the main carousel2 action.
I often need to switch my FIRST graphic slide and I find myself cutting, pasting, etc.
If you build your panes as inline construction, then you could copy the content out of each one and paste it into a different order. You’d need a “scratch” box on the pasteboard somewhere where you could paste the content of the first pane while you copy a different pane to paste into the first pane, and then you would paste that original first pane’s content into the other pane. The Action is applied to the container, not the content, so if you set them up this way, you could rotate the content without changing the containers, so the Action could be left entirely alone.
On Oct 10, 2013, at 8:54 PM, Hoffkids wrote:
Walt… I pretty much saw that… But this makes changing the first one… Which i do often kind of annoying and tedious.
How do i easily change the first one then?