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Making glass buttons

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 In the Colors window, set the primary color's transparency-alpha to 0 (zero). Open up Tom's Code Lab and load SearedIce's Transparent Fade script. You can get Tom's Code Lab here: http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewt ... ight=#5120 . You'll notice that the layer faded from transparent to opaque, top to bottom. If you would have set the secondary color's alpha to 0 and not the primary, the layer would have faded from opaque to transparent, top to bottom. OPTIONAL... before you click "OK" in Code Lab, go ahead and name the script (something like... TransparentFade), and click "Make DLL". This will save the effect .dll in the correct place (Program Files/Paint.NET/Effects) so the next time you load Paint.NET, it will show up under the "Effects" menu. After you made the .dll (if you chose to) go ahead and click "OK" in Code Lab.

 

i can not find the item highlighted in red. does anyone have any ideas please

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Hi Alan,

Take a look at the post 6 above yours by EER (this page) - and use the gradient tool on transparent mode. Hope that helps.

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