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Feature Request: Control over opacity

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Martillo
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Martillo asked on 30 Dec 2008, 03:23 PM
Hi,

The default transparency of the RadWindow is very cool. However, it can also be very distracting, and I currently have a client who definitely does not like it. It would be nice to be able to control this without jumping through hoops. A RadWindow.Opacity property would be a welcome addition.

Thanks for listening...

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Svetlina Anati
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answered on 30 Dec 2008, 04:57 PM
Hi Martillo,

Implementing a property which will help control the opacity easier is already in our TODO list and will be available in one of our next releases.

For the time being you can control the opacity of RadWindow with CSS or with JavaScript (which is, in fact, the same). The opacity of RadWindow is achieved with the filter, opacity and -moz-opacity CSS properties, applied to the .radwindow class, i.e:

.radwindow
{
    filter: alpha(opacity=10); /* Internet Explorer only */
    opacity: .1; /* FireFox 2x and Opera 9x */
    -moz-opacity: .1; /* older versions of FIreFox and Navigator */
}




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