sorry, ich sehe nicht warum... was stört dich? zu hell, zu dunkel, zu wenig oder zu viel Transparenz? du kannst 255 stufen einstellen unter Alpha.... und das für Vorder- und Hntergrund getrennt einstellen... Liebe Grüße, Georg
Georg, this issue has been addressed before, but I will explain it especially for you again:
The hotspots of the panorama shine through the transparent background of the drop down menu and makes it less readable.
To solve this, the transparency of the menu has to be opaque. Which mens the alpha value needs to be changed.
If you know a way to do so please show it to me. From the userinterface I see no way to do it. Also: in the panorama menu there is no option to change to change the color nor transparency for the drop down part of it.
@ KOLOR, while we are at it: The transparency settings for the menu bar is also still wrong! When I set the background alpha value to 255 it remains still transparent. PLEASE give us FULL control of design for ALL items.
Yes, I see what you mean, regarding the upper scale.. I have checked out the xml code and put that to 255 but it made no difference, there is still an alpha value apparent.. I think it might be a bug.. The code does not correspond with the 255 alpha setting in the UI, there is still a small value but even set to 0, it does not work....
I realise this is not a great option but its still an option.. If you really need a full solid colours with your menus, then just add several of the same menus... 6x.. I realise it sounds a bit silly but it works.. Kolor will fix this bug soon I am sure.. In doing this, you will have some more control over the transparency level... You can also do this from the UI..
But with the help of Benji the solution found is much easier. Since it took so long even for Kolor to find out, at least this is another proof of not so well optimized interface design.
The background of the submenu is the same as the background of the panorama groups! Change these and the submenu will do the same. There also is a checkbox that one can untick to use individual values.