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In the past, I had a corrupted download causing this issue in the app store. The solution was to quit the app store, then in Terminal (in the Applications -> Utilities folder) type: defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true followed return. Open the app store and you should get a new 'Debug' menu, from which you can select 'Reset ...
On a whim, after upgrading to iOS 9, I tried the same Logitech keyboard with my iPad Air 2; the problems no longer exist! It looks like Apple indeed fixed the problem.
Emoji simply wasn't supported in Pages 4.3 or Keynote 5.3 Our very own fonts guru, Tom Gewecke mentions such in https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4025411?start=0&tstart=0 The 'fix' is to update, I'm afraid. It works perfectly well in Pages 5.6.1 & Keynote 6.6.1
Apple released Keynote 6.6.1 today - I tried to open previous files before and after updating, and sure enough, the files that previously would not open in 6.6 actually opened in 6.6.1.
One way to accomplish this is with the Magic Move animation. Create your object on one slide. Duplicate the slide. Resize the object in the second slide to the desired width. Set animation on the first slide to Magic Move Change the animation duration and/or acceleration to the desired result. Slide one: Slide two: Resulting animation:
Since the release of Chrome 45, Keynote presentations exported as an html file are broken. I opened an issue on Google Code about it here, which was eventually closed and merged into a larger issue, titled "jQuery Mobile stays in loading state". That issue, as of the writing of this post, has not been fixed in Google Chrome for Mac or Windows.
Keynote for iCloud may be a solution to look at if you wish to maintain better control over transition timing and flow of the presentation. Please note, however, that it is only supported by modern browsers. See note below. Otherwise, as Graham Miln states in his answer, a movie would be a better choice. There are a few settings to explore when exporting ...
Export to QuickTime / Movie Your best option is to export the presentation as a QuickTime movie. This will create an MPEG4 formatted file that can be played on a wide range of devices and operating systems: Keynote.app > File (menu) > Export To… > QuickTime Compress with Handbrake After exporting your presentation, consider compressing the resulting ...
I don't think that it's possible. Each of the Keynote masters are pretty different items, with completely different fonts, objects, etc. It's a failing of the system.
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