Yes, I like the search feature in the new forum, but it did not show any discussion of Transparent Flyout Feature Manager Tree for SW Premium 2009 SP3.
I am sure it worked in 2008, but it is not working today.
The UI changed in 2009.
In 2008, there was a fixed panel on the left side of the screen which was vertically split to hold the Property Manager and Feature Manager. There was a control in System Options to provide an alternative Transparent Flyout Feature Manager.
In 2009 SP3 SW Prem the help file shows that arrangement and the Option is still there, however Property Managers are now floating windows and the Feature Manager defaults to a flyout with solid background.
I seem to have lost the transparent background facility.
Have I overlooked something?
In the first post it looks like your Command Manager is vertical along the LH side. Try putting that back up on the top where it belongs and see it the tree area goes back to the left where it belongs.
One of the UI changes in 2009 was the ability to dock the CM where I please. I chose the left side because in 2008, with CM across the top and Motion manager across the bottom, there was only a slit remaining for the graphics.
When my workstation has finished backing up I will try a RC on the FM panel and see if there is an option for transparent background.
The UI with regard to the feature has not changed between SW2008 and SW2009. What Kelvin is telling you is correct.
Here is a video to show what is meant by the transparent flyout. I show both SW2008 and SW2009
Thanks Anna but I will pass on your Flash video.
In SolidSpeak, Flash is less than 1% of what I am interested in so I don't support it.
In my language, my browser supports some but not all video formats. I contain my costs by not maintaining all four of my computers at the bleeding edge of technology.
Here is the original mp4 video for you if you are up with that technology.
There are 14 mates, and clicking till I am blue in the face does not make the flyout transparent.
MP4 video (H.264 audio/video codec) is not included in entry level entertainment products like Windows Media Player and Nero. My DVD player could not see the file, perhaps because it was the second one I dropped on the CD.
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