Those images are part of the "master slides". Each of the four initial
slides in the template uses a different master slide. The master slides
have the images placed behind other content. You can assign whichever
master slide you want to each slide (Slide > Master Slide), including
the initial four and any others you add, to pick up the corresponding
image (and layout of text placeholders).
Dotan Cohen wrote:
To clarify, this template has a different "background" on each slide.
As stated in the OP, it's not really a background as it is not using
the Impress background feature, but for display purposes it appears to
the view as a different background on each slide. This is not a custom
On Tue, Jan 21, 2020 at 3:04 PM Dotan Cohen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The Focus template has an interesting effect, in which the first slide
has the appearance of a closed shutter and each slide after it has the
shutter open slightly more. I see that these slides do not have a
background, so the shutter effect is _not_ a background image.
How is this effect achieved?
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