Working through the 2010 tutorials (using 2012) and can't find how to change the transparency for the style. The tutorial screenshot show a big foreground trasnparency box but can't see it in 2012.
It seems to be ok in 2011 so how do I do this in 2012
Style tab, style section, click the small arrow pointing to south east to right of "Style" in bottom bar. Opens style polygon window. you can set transparency there and advanced sets origin control. The same arow to the right of "Label" opens the style lable wiindow.
Thanks for this - i had found that one - but my point was that you only seem to be able to alter each polygon individually rather than via a global transparency value as in 2011. If you have a lot of colours to change it becomes very tedious.....another one to raise with Autodesk Support, may as well get my subscription money's worth.......
i made it to a contact @ AD MMorales@Microdesk.com I tried to explain the problem and was sent the single transparency setting routine as an answer. I have returned a reply trying to explain the slider in 2011 New Theme dialogue. Missed the point. Perhaps you could alos ship a message explaining you too are not impressed.
Have raised a support request for this and a few other anomalies I've recently found in Map
Right click the layer choose style, under the Symbol and style function you will see the border color, and the fill color. Clock on the fill, you will see a transparency bar show up below 0-255
Thanks for this - that does each colour individually but how do you adjust the whole theme (as you could in 2011) - it not really feasible to do each individual colour band if you have a lot of colours.....
A definite backward step - perhaps because it's only "Map 3D Lite" that is included with Civil 3D..........
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