Can I change the text inside a callout without making the callout bubble fade in and fade out in between?

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I have a video that has pretty much constant text blended in and it is changing every few seconds. I would like to just have the callout "bubble" blended in constantly rather than having it fade in and fade out every time the text changes. Is that possible?
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using CS9?

have you added transitions between the bubble callouts?

I just tested and I don't get any default fading in CS9

in CS8, I believe most callouts went on timeline with fade in/out applied; just get rid of the fades
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i am using CS 8.6...i tried to remove the fades, but somehow when i tried to delete them I could only delete the whole callout. I feel stupid but it doesn't seem possible to remove the fade and they are added automatically when I add a new callout. 
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you need to address the fade in/out using the slider controls in the callout UI

this made in CS9
https://www.screencast.com/t/ZIcwQzm6

made in CS8
https://www.screencast.com/t/XEmpHYRLyf
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the sliders are actually set to zero seconds, i don't understand why there is always a fade out added despite this. however I have now managed to remove it manually, i just need to cut a break before the fade out before I can remove it. thanks for your help!
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When a program starts having glitches like that, if it persists, after restarting your computer. A repair install can be a good way to correct it.

It's the equivalent of a reinstall without the more painstaking process of reinstalling the program.Plus, it tends to leave all your personal settings and preferences in tact.So it's less intrusive and isn't 2 steps backward like a performing a full reinstall can be.

A repair install takes around 2 to 3 minuets in most cases. You run it from the control panel.
See image below.

I've used repair installs on several programs over the years with no regrets. Some programs don't have repair install built into them, that's a situation I do find regrettable. 

Regards,Joe



 
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