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Flash and Alpha in windows forms

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Hi

I've got a flash.ocx on a form in which i want play a movie, under this
movie i've got a image. Everything is ok, but in flash movie some objects
got alpha <> 100 and thru flash i should see elements from background image.
I know how to set TransparencyKey in form, i know how to set Opacity, but
when i set WMode=transparent it doesn't work - under flash i got white
background.

My question is how to play flash with alpha?!

I see shockwave example and he generate a exe file which got one form and
thru flash i see my desktop :)

Maybe somebody can help me with semi-transparency?

regards
kuba florczyk
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Kuba,

There are some issues with transparency in .NET. I can't remember them
exactly, but I do believe that transparency in controls is not supported.

Also, if the alpha of a color is 100%, then you should not be able to
see through it. When the alpha is zero, you should be able to see through
it.

Hope this helps.

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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
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"Kuba Florczyk" <ch******@poczta.onet.pl> wrote in message
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Hi

I've got a flash.ocx on a form in which i want play a movie, under this
movie i've got a image. Everything is ok, but in flash movie some objects
got alpha <> 100 and thru flash i should see elements from background image. I know how to set TransparencyKey in form, i know how to set Opacity, but
when i set WMode=transparent it doesn't work - under flash i got white
background.

My question is how to play flash with alpha?!

I see shockwave example and he generate a exe file which got one form and
thru flash i see my desktop :)

Maybe somebody can help me with semi-transparency?

regards
kuba florczyk

Nov 13 '05 #2

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