Consider Apple’s MacBook Pro web page here:
Start at the top of the page and very slowly scroll down until you see the two MacBooks sitting back-to-back. Consider that the graphic of those MacBooks is visible on the page but slightly dimmed, and as you scroll down the page, even from the point where you can barely see but 1mm of that graphic, it starts to brighten. I’m curious how to accomplish this in Blocs because when I use Fade In it takes a fair amount of scrolling down the page before the Fade In starts, and then in fades in rapidly. In other words, it’s quite different from what you see on the Apple MBP page.
Consider also the official Mac Mini web page here:
Look for “Part racehorse. All workhorse.” as you very slowly scroll down. Note there’s no dead space (space with no content) but the text is dimmed and then as you scroll down enough, it fades in to full brightness. Again, I am thinking how to accomplish the same in Blocs.
Why am I thinking about this? Because right now I see a lot of dead space (no content) before my Blocs Fade In kicks in. That’s true even on the otherwise fabulous template made by Eldar Gezalov here:
Any thoughts and suggestions would be appreciated.