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    Question How to make transitions happen only when i jump to a frame?

    Is there a way to make the transitions only happen when you are jumping to another frame? It's annoying because the fade-out transitions also happen when you exit the application.
    And no, i don't mean the fade transition. This one is easy to recreate.

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    I think there's no option to achieve this with the built-in system. So yes, if you want full control you have to stick to your own custom made transitions and see what you can actually recreate.

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    Probably what you'd have to do is load the next frame as a sub-application and then maybe use X and Y positioning to make it transition. I'm not sure, never really tried it.

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