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Object Properties
Object Properties
When you click an object, you'll see its detailed properties on the right of the screen. These properties depend on the type of object selected, but they generally fall into six categories.
You can also view the properties of an object by selecting it from the dropdown menu at the top of the properties panel.

General

This section shows the general property of the object.

This section is dependent on the type of object selected. In this section, for example, you can change the text or formatting of a text object. You can also fine tune (using numerical values) the position, angle or size of each object.

Color (text only)

In this section you choose the text color and you can activate and choose the color of the gradient.

Outline (text only)

In this section you choose the color and outline width of the text. You can also activate and choose the color of the gradient.

To disable the outline, simply set the width to 0. Conversely, to activate it, simply increase the width.

Effects

In this section you will choose the effects you want applied to the object. These effects are broken down into several types: These effects can be customized by clicking the "..." button on the right.

You will find 2 more check boxes that allow you to add a shadow or reflection in the object.

Time Settings

This part is common to all elements. This is where you choose when and how to display the object.

Using Display parameter, you will choose when the object will be displayed.

Using Duration parameter you choose the display time of the object. The default is infinite.

Click Target

In this section you can create a dynamic object by assigning a target. If an object has a click target, the mouse cursor will turn into a hand when it is positioned over the object.

You can assign several types of targets:

Open a page (new window):

Clicking on this object will open a web page in a new window (popup). Click the "..." button to specify the address (URL)

Open a page (same window):

Clicking on this object will open a web page in the current window. Click the "..." button to specify the address (URL)

Calling a Javascript function:

A click will call a Javascript function of the web page (more information here)

Open a slide:

A click will show another slide of the banner. Click the "..." button to specify the target slide number.
You can also assign an overall target on the banner (if you just want the user to click anywhere on the banner to open a page - like a banner ad) using the Project/Settings menu, "Global Click Action" tab.