#1 opacity

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nobody
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3
2003-01-21
2002-11-25
No

There is the possibility to adjust opacity in the
background color chooser. But this has no effect. It
would be great, if you could support translucent notes!

Discussion

  • Michael Terry

    Michael Terry - 2002-11-25

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    Yes, you are correct. :) My plan is for the next version
    to include transparency -- I'm working on it now.

     
  • Michael Terry

    Michael Terry - 2002-11-25
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Michael Terry

    Michael Terry - 2002-11-25
    • assigned_to: nobody --> mikix
     
  • Michael Terry

    Michael Terry - 2003-01-21
    • priority: 5 --> 3
    • assigned_to: mikix --> nobody
    • status: open-accepted --> open-later
     
  • Michael Terry

    Michael Terry - 2003-01-21

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    Well, there are two issues here; one is a bug about opacity
    control when xpad does not support transparency, the other
    is a feature request for transparency.

    Neither are getting fixed soon. I've looked into getting
    transparency and it is just ugly. I don't really want to
    open that can of worms until X can properly support it.

    As for the opacity control, I'm not sure why it shows up.
    The GTK+ API call to remove it is present, and it has the
    effect of making the control useless, but it does not remove
    it. I'm not sure what else I can do, as this seems to be a
    GTK+ bug.

    So, marking this as 'Later' and getting to the feature
    request whenever X gets its act together or I find a slick
    way to offer transparency.

     

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