[Pro] Carousel 2 Panes

I’m setting 7 panes with tabs for different information about events. In my testing, it looks like they need to be on top of each other. Is there a way to hide the ones I’m not working on?
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Hello,

I am not sure if i understand you question correctly, however.

When you select the location of your carousel on the page the only pane that has to be located in the correct location on the page is the one that has the Carousel 2 action assigned to it. The other panes (Carousel 2 Pane Action) can be located in the Pasteboard area and i believe the preferred location will be above the page.

There are others on this forum that can explain in more detail.

But i think i am correct in my feedback.

Hope this helps

John


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Ah, I think I get it! I was first just putting them anyplace but they were still on the page and showed. I thought they had to be on top of each other but that was confusing for me to work on. I will try just putting them on the pasteboard above the page. Thanks!


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They should not show on the page if you browse to it – the script takes them out of the page and hides them the instant the page loads – usually before the rest of the page paints to the screen. If you still see them, there’s something else going wrong on your page.

Walter

On Mar 15, 2013, at 5:25 PM, Janice wrote:

Ah, I think I get it! I was first just putting them anyplace but they were still on the page and showed. I thought they had to be on top of each other but that was confusing for me to work on. I will try just putting them on the pasteboard above the page. Thanks!


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Should they all be the same size and styled the same as the element with the Carousel 2 action applied but with the Pane action?

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I’m trying to recreate this page so I can move the site from Dreamweaver. Carousel seems to be perfect. I could be wrong.

http://designingwomen.org/Shows.html

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Yes, that’s it exactly. They do have to be precisely the same dimensions as one another. They can be placed anywhere on the page or pasteboard, although above the page on the pasteboard is a good idea, particularly if your page is very “heavy” with lots of graphics that take a while to load.

Walter

On Mar 16, 2013, at 7:08 AM, Janice wrote:

Should they all be the same size and styled the same as the element with the Carousel 2 action applied but with the Pane action?

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Thanks, Walter. It will work fine for me.

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Does anyone here know if I run out of room ABOVE in the pasteboard area and I have like 20-40 frames (not all used at once) that I can choose to rotate into my carousel2, where do I keep them?

I wish on a separate page but i do not think that is possible?

anxious…

Barry


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oh I got it… I just changed the pasteboard in the document setup from 700 to 900… I guess I can make it 3000 if I have to???


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Yes, and you can also just overlap them. They are layers, so it doesn’t matter if they are stacked or not. You can fan them out like a deck of cards, pull one out of the stack to edit it, slide it back in, the only thing important about them is their stacking order – that drives their order of appearance in the effect.

Walter

On Sep 6, 2013, at 11:33 PM, Barry Hoffman wrote:

oh I got it… I just changed the pasteboard in the document setup from 700 to 900… I guess I can make it 3000 if I have to???


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