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Slow down transition speed of revslider?


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I have a paid version (dev) of DMS2, but for some reason can't make a post in the paid version forum?

 

Just wondering how I'd go about slowing down the transition speed of the revslider effects - I don't mean the time between each slide transition, I mean the speed of the actual transition... Currently the transitions are lightening fast and make my eyes go funny! :D

 

Would I need to edit a JS file to slow this down, or is there a config option?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Mike.

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Hi Mike,

 

To access the pro forums, simply add your key to the forum profile field, when you click save you will be added to the group if the key is valid. No other action required.

 

To change the RevSlider transition, you will need to create a child of the RevSlider, as there is no option to change that. 

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Hi Danny :)

 

Thanks, I added my key but it didn't seem to change anything? Is the pro section just for subscribers, or for anyone that's bought the paid product?

 

Re: Making a child - any hints or links to info on doing this, or on which file the transition time is set for?

 

Thanks Danny!

Hi Mike,

 

To access the pro forums, simply add your key to the forum profile field, when you click save you will be added to the group if the key is valid. No other action required.

 

To change the RevSlider transition, you will need to create a child of the RevSlider, as there is no option to change that. 

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The Pro forums are for users with an active subscription to the Club.

 

To create a child of a any section, you will first need a child theme and then copy the sections folder you wish to override and paste into your child themes section folder. If you download the advanced version of my Skeleton theme, you will see it already contains section already.

 

http://dannyholt.github.io/skeleton/

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Hi Danny,

 

Still can't access the pro forums - I'm not a paying subscriber (monthly) but did buy the pro account and have put my key in profile... is something wrong?

Hi Mike,

 

To access the pro forums, simply add your key to the forum profile field, when you click save you will be added to the group if the key is valid. No other action required.

 

To change the RevSlider transition, you will need to create a child of the RevSlider, as there is no option to change that. 

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Contact our helpdesk and they should be able to assist you.

 

hello at pagelines dot com

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‚ÄčIn case this has not been solved yet, to adjust the transition speed settings on the RevSlider:

  1. Create a sections folder in the folder where your child theme resides
  2. Copy the revslider folder from the main DMS theme folder (wp-content/themes/dms/dms/sections/revslider) to the sections folder you created in your child theme
  3. Within that folder, find the file jquery.themepunch.revolution.js (wp-content/themes/your_child_theme/sections/revslider/rs-plugin/js/jquery.themepunch.revolution.js)
  4. In the current version of DMS2, the transitions array variables begin at line 1992 (if your version does not show it there, search for transitionsArray)
  5. Each transition has 4 numerical parameters, listed as n,n,n,n
  6. The last number in the series in the timer length (in milliseconds)
  7. Change that number for the transition you want, save and refresh your browser

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