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The MobiOne Visual Designer enables user interface pages to be linked together such that users of your app can navigate forward and backward through the app’s user interface. In addition to specifying the linkage between pages, users can also specify the visual transition effect for each link. You can control the transition effect of a link by setting the Link Transition property for the design element that links to a new page. MobiOne provides a rich set of custom transitions such as slide left, slide right, slide up, slide down, fade, flip left and flip right. Or, you can choose to have no transition. **Finish article here**

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