# Snap Layouts Slide Transitions

#### Snap-Layouts Rendering And Slide Transitions

Slide content rendered by the snap-layout system is processed by an out-of-band snap-renderer that operates independently of the automatic slideshow layout.

One consequence of this design is that slide content rendered by the snap-layouts system does not participate in automatic slide transitions. Therefore, if your slide has a mixture of regular and snapped content, some of your content may appear to jump into position on the slide when rendered. And this jumping effect is not a smooth rendering experience for your audience.

To ensure smooth rendering for your snapped-content please take appropriate action as outlined in the following sections.

#### Transition Management When Using Snap-Layouts On Many Slides

If using snap-layouts extensively within your slideshow presentation, please take the following actions:

1. Disable slide transitions globally in your PITCHME.yaml slideshow settings.
2. (Optionally) Activate transitions for individual slides that are not using snap-layouts.

#### Transition Management When Using Snap-Layouts On Few Slides

If using snap-layouts on only a small number of slides within your slideshow presentation, please take the following actions:

1. Disable transitions on the individual slides using snap-layouts.

#### Disable Transitions Globally For All Slides

You can disable slide transitions globally for all slides in your presentation using the transition setting in your PITCHME.yaml as follows:

transition : none


#### Disable Transitions On Individual Slides

You can disable slide transitions on individual slides using the @transition shortcut syntax as follows:

---
@transition[none]

## Regular Slide Content

@snap[north-west]
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