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  • 1.  Change Transparency for MultiSelect

    Posted 01-15-2020 23:55

    Our staff would like to be have some transparency 60-70% across the multiselect items as when they are selecting properties they are unable to see any of the features underneath.

    They would like some transparency across the multiselect, obviously this would be for all layers that are selected.

    I have looked and tried the custom.css and believe would like to know how we can apply this to our branding so that it is not lost
    during the upgrade process.

    Would ultimately like to have it looking the same as the annotation in blue, unlike the multiselect in green.

    Image below showing properties -

    Cheers
    CM

    Multiselect and Annotation



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    Craig Marshall
    Senior Infrastructure Planning Engineer
    Adelaide Hills Council
    Stirling
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  • 2.  RE: Change Transparency for MultiSelect
    Best Answer

    Posted 01-16-2020 18:54
    Hi Craig,

    You can change the colour and transparency of your multi-select by updating the brand.css.

    The default brand.css is located here <SSADIR>\analyst\customerconfigurations\analyst\theme\branding\default\brand.css, you may have more than one brand folder so make sure you edit the correct one.

    The CSS that you need to change is the fill for .multiSelectBrand
    /* Multi select features on map */
    .multiSelectBrand {
    fill: #cf0989;
    stroke: #2e2e2e;
    }
    try something like this
    /* Multi select features on map */
    .multiSelectBrand {
    fill: rgba(207, 9, 137, 0.6);
    stroke: #2e2e2e;
    }
    you might need to clear your browser cache once you have made the change.

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    Duri Bradshaw
    Spatial IT Consultant
    Insight GIS
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  • 3.  RE: Change Transparency for MultiSelect

    Posted 01-16-2020 21:10

    Hi Duri,

    Beautiful work, did the trick..

    Thanks again.
    CM



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    Craig Marshall
    Senior Infrastructure Planning Engineer
    Adelaide Hills Council
    Stirling
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