Thank you for this extension. The blur effect is ultimately not what I’m looking for, it’s more of a transparency effect. I’m going to play with the opacity of the text, it should work.
On the other hand, I’m trying to make the opacity start from a certain number of characters, but I can’t. I would like that from character number 130, the opacity starts to go down and ends at 0 at character number 150. Is it possible to achieve this on one and the same label?
I’m trying to use segment blocks and the “for each number” block but I don’t understand how to put them in the “set text color” block, do you have any idea please ?
Great, thank you ! It doesn’t solve my problem to start the scenery from a specific character, but it can help me.
I thought if not to facilitate the opacity effect, it is to create a gradient which starts with the color of the text and which ends with the color of the background. It’s a bit cheating on the effect, but the visual rendering would be there.
But the same, I have to manage to start the gradient from character number 130 and end at 150