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hi,

is it possible to make any control (like button/textfield) transparant, just like the "alpha" method in flash?

tnx

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Yes, if you are using visual studio you can select the control, view properties and under the 'colour' property (I think its called that - don't have VS in front of me) choose Alpha - I believe it is under the 'web' tab. Hope this helps!

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Yes, if you are using visual studio you can select the control, view properties and under the 'colour' property (I think its called that - don't have VS in front of me) choose Alpha - I believe it is under the 'web' tab. Hope this helps!

Tnx, but that's not what I exactly needed,
is it possible to make full controls semi-transparent, lik you give an transparency percentage... with the ultimate goal to animate a control fading away :)

tnx

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What the original poster needs is WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) that is built into .NET 3.0.

Setting transparency of a control is as simple and easy as Opacity = 0.6 or something similar.

Of course, I could understand if you dont want to learn WPF for such a simple problem, except I don't have anything up my sleeve.

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