I'd like to be able to prototype a functional slider. I can currently achieve this effect my duplicating the entire artboard and switching out the slide content, but the load time when clicking through the slider is incredibly slow, and can be off-putting to clients. Also, utilizing this method means that if the design is altered even minutely, I have to delete all the duplicated artboards, then duplicate the main artboard again, replace the slide contents, and prototype it all again as well. It can be incredibly time consuming. I've attached a screenshot of a recent one-page website that had three embedded sliders (one with five slides, and two with three slides) as a visual.
I'd like to be able to stack the images on one artboard, then prototype it to decrease a specified image's opacity to 0% on click, or something along those lines.
Niklas Schr commented
It would be great if you'd be able to make elements in the Prototype draggable along paths the user can define. That way you could better show sliders in the Prototype instead of them being static.