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im trying a simple fade condition with globaltextvars but doesnt work
if i use numbers it does work i dont see what im doing wrong here
It's a bug! The 'compare opacity' condition doesn't work properly. It's fixed in the next build. Thanks for the find!
hmm thats strange because if you change the textvars to numbers
in = 1 en out = 0 then it does work..
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If you start the variable on 0 or 1 it will initially work. With the text value it start on "test" and relies on a 'compare opacity' condition to set it to "in" or "out".