Is there a possibility to implement opaque background for text components
into the editors functions for background choices, instead of image or colors?
maybe other components could use this feature too
my bad... I spelled "component" wrong in the title
What do you mean with "opaque bachground"? Isn't solid-color exactly that?
Or do you mean transparency? If so, I've just openend a request for transparency.
yes transparency on text so just the font color shows
it would make text on a background show without using colored boxes
a much better presentation when using image backgrounds
examples... (showing suggestion & current option)
Currently you can do that with "sta" as "crop-image". Which is a bit a clumsy way of doing it.
You set the crop-image to the fullscreen backgrond and when the text is rendered, it gets rendered onto the respective portion of the crop-image and the combination of both gets cropped to the area of the text field and this portion gets displayed.
With transparency this would be much more straight forward.
yeah for sure! ,I'd never figure out how to do it that way lol
ohh I figured it out :) not so bad after all
heres my 4.3 file for it so far (link & attached)
just testing different ideas, trying to figure out slider bars now
It would be nice to allow for transparent background in images (png), sorry for my poor english.
In the image below, i would like it to not have any background, but when i put it in the editor it transform it and make it black background color in the suposed transparent areas... as you can see in the second picture... :(
@Aisflou, since this request here mainly deals with transparency in text fields, your request would better be suited in the other more general transpatency request topic - and please upvote the ideas you'd like to see implemented.
I am now reviewing all of the Feature Requests, this will take some time, patience please.
Although transparency is not implemented it is on the list to be represented
Solid background are already implemented as Scruff.r has pointed out