Hallo sir Andrew,
I noticed that with the update 0.8, when I set the “Launch Transparent Window”, now create a white background under the Tabs and the Elements into the transparent window (see the picture). Before the Update was completely transparent.
Is it something wanted?
April 11, 2018, 6:20pm
I think it’s always been this way, no? are you sure it previously showed transparent?
This should be an easy fix but I don’t have time to get to it right now
Thanks for the quickly response Andrew.
Yes, I have multiple Human UI file, and with the 0.7.3v, the Windows are completely trasparent.
April 12, 2018, 8:36pm
Hi Sonny - Try this new version. The tabs will look the same by default but you’ll be able to use “Adjust Element Appearance” to set their background color to transparent.
HUI_Install.zip (1.0 MB)
Hey, could it be that this is not working anymore in the latest version?
with the 0.8.1.3 Version works!!
I just checked it and if it’s this version, then it unfortunately does not work … however I tried to reinstall it to make sure I have the latest one and it did of course not work eiter. I attached the file if you could maybe check it and tell me if it’s my machine here or something else … thx!
TransparentTabs_NotWorking.gh (11.1 KB)
Hallo Julian, not work while you Launch a Transparent Window. You should to use the LaunchWindow component.
Mhm, what do you mean?
I did it exactly like in Andrew’s example above and it does not work for me.
If you tell me I should not use the “Launch Transparent Window” it won’t be transparent at all?
Sry if I don’t get it but, maye you could just briefly upload a working definition, that would be amazing.
all the best,
April 30, 2020, 10:37pm
Yeah, I see that there’s a bug here. I just pushed a fix in version 0.8.4 to the yak package manager — I would install it from there.
Thx Andrew for the fast fix, that did the job!
I have not understood where I can find the new version.
May 4, 2020, 9:30am
On Rhino 6, run the
TestPackageManager command. This is a test command and won’t auto-complete. In Rhino 7 this has been promoted to a regular command -