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Ive made a GIF image in Photoshop CS6.

The gif is made up of three pictures that a fade animation.

This works fine when i run the gif within photoshop (the actual program) but when i save for web the transitions don't show, it simply just changes the images (with no transition).

Does anyone know why this is happening and what i can do to get the wanted effect?

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Perhaps you don't have enough frames in your timeline to accommodate the fade? How do you have your frames set up on your Animation menu? –  Krazer Apr 6 '13 at 20:30
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Do you have Transparency checked in your GIF settings in the Save for Web window? Here is a link that has a solution to a similar problem: stoneleighphotography.com/making-a-gif-in-cs6-photoshop –  ckpepper02 May 6 '13 at 18:23
    
I have the same problem: 3 pics, cross fade, in Photoshop everything's fine, in GIF or HTML -- no transition. –  user13654 Jun 27 '13 at 20:51
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Which browser or application you try to preview the gif file? Every browser has its frame rate for animated gifs. For example if you give a frame rate under 0.6 ms delay to a frame, IE automatically round this 0.10. And this will make your gif faster and you could not see the transition. Try test in another browser and changing your frame rate.

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