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Posted on 2004-08-20
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If I have a bitmap background, is there a way to make my button transparent? As in, the background image will be able to be see through from  the button.

I only know the way to set the button control to a certain colour.
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not sure you can make a button transparent, but you could add the OnMouseDown() or OnMouseUp() event to the app and check if the mouse was clicked in a certain region, then call the appropriate function from there.
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hmm... Thanks r2far
Anyone got anymore suggestions?
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