Overlays Fading In and Out

Sorry if this question has a really obvious answer but… is there any way to make an overlay fade in/out? I was thinking of doing something like this… unless there’s an easier way?
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.1 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.2 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.3 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.4 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.5 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.6 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.7 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.8 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.9 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 1 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.9 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.8 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.7 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.6 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.5 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.4 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.3 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.2 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0.1 in time
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity 0 in time

It’s kinda long ):

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You can use loop infinite times

Ex.

&overlay NAME opacity 0 in 3 then overlay NAME opacity 1 in 3 loop infinite times

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Oh, actually I wasn’t thinking about it looping multiple times, I just wanted it to fade in and fade out. I’m making a series of warnings about what’ll be in my story, and I’m using text overlays to do that. Thanks for the help though!

Actually that’s about it, assuming you want it to be varying speeds. The only other way to write it is in a single line using ‘THEN’ command to connect them.

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I’ll put them on one line, then
Thanks you!

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Wait… you said “assuming you want it to be in varying speeds…”

So there’s a shorter way if they all go at the same speed?