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Shape tool: opaque option removed/missing

MVL-BE
Newcomer
Newcomer

 

Shape tool: Places cursor into shape mode to create basic shapes, flowchart symbols, ...

  • Context menu:
    • Change fill (full, opaque, hollow)
      => this functionality seems  to be removed? (using Zoom Whiteboard v1.2.4.2311)
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StephenNewton
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hello MVL-BE,

The functionality still exists, but it's been moved to the color picker tool.

To control opacity, you select the "+" button from the color selector. Opacity is one of the settings.

To make something transparent, you select that as a color from the color selector tool.

Hope that helps,

-Stephen

 

 

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StephenNewton
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hi MV,

 

So the steps are now:

  • Pick Fill Color
  • Click the "+" key to create custom color
  • Use the transparency slider to choose between 0-100 fill (or any value between)

 

When you click Add Color you'll have a new color swatch with your transparency option.

 

Hope that helps,

-Stephen

 

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StephenNewton
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hello MVL-BE,

The functionality still exists, but it's been moved to the color picker tool.

To control opacity, you select the "+" button from the color selector. Opacity is one of the settings.

To make something transparent, you select that as a color from the color selector tool.

Hope that helps,

-Stephen

 

 

MVL-BE
Newcomer
Newcomer

Hi StephenNewton,

if not mistaken is this only 100% fill vs. 100% opaque in the color picker tool.

Not the x opaque  % setting...

Kr,

MVL

StephenNewton
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hi MV,

 

So the steps are now:

  • Pick Fill Color
  • Click the "+" key to create custom color
  • Use the transparency slider to choose between 0-100 fill (or any value between)

 

When you click Add Color you'll have a new color swatch with your transparency option.

 

Hope that helps,

-Stephen

 

MVL-BE
Newcomer
Newcomer

Thanks! Missed that one...🙄