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vml poliline and transparency

can I create a polyline with transparent background ?
when I draw two polyline one above the other, the first cuts the second.
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yyyannag
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BigRatCommented:
I don't quite understand the question. Do the polylines have shadow? I have problems with the expression "first cuts the second". (Perhaps you could post your VML - I have limited experience, having only made bar charts and pie diagrams with it).
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yyyannagAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry, but the code is too large to post here, and the vml are created dynamically (createElement).what I mean, is when you create a rectangle using poliline, for example, the corners of the rectangle create a little filled triangle in the default color. these filling area moves overs any other polyline that comes accross.

Hope this is better, but I'm really close to the answer myself. thanks for the help, anyway.

If you encountered the same problem, post again, and I'll help you.

Thanks again.
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BigRatCommented:
Yes, I understand. I think you must can control the fill behaviour by setting the opacity attribute on the fill element.
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