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If you comment out [these](https://github.com/wix/react-native-navigation/blob/master/playground/src/screens/sharedElementTransition/CocktailsListScreen.tsx#L51-L57) and [these](https://github.com/wix/react-native-navigation/blob/master/playground/src/screens/sharedElementTransition/CocktailsListScreen.tsx#L93-L99) lines in the playground demo, then test the Cocktails screen and select your favourite gin cocktail (@danilobuerger !!!!), you can notice that on popping the alpha animation is reversed. You'd expect it to go from visible (opacity of `1`) to invisible (opacity of `0`), but instead it jumps to `0` and then goes to `1` making it look really weird.

This PR changes this default behavior to reverse the default `FadeAnimation` on pop.

Co-authored-by: Guy Carmeli <guyca@users.noreply.github.com>
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React Native Navigation

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React Native Navigation provides 100% native platform navigation on both iOS and Android for React Native apps. The JavaScript API is simple and cross-platform - just install it in your app and give your users the native feel they deserve. Ready to get started? Check out the docs.

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Requirements

Apps using React Native Navigation may target iOS 11 and Android 5.0 (API 21). You may use Windows, macOS or Linux as your development operating system.

Installation

As react-native-navigation is a native navigation library - integrating it into your app will require editing native files. Follow the installation guides in the documentation.

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