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Blended/Stippled Transparency options not available in Creo 7.0.7.0

ET_9392213
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Blended/Stippled Transparency options not available in Creo 7.0.7.0

Blended/Stippled Transparency options not available in Creo 7.0.7.0 even tough they are present in previous Creo 6.x and in the Creo 7 documentation too.
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Hello @ET_9392213 

 

You're right, the UI changed in Creo Parametric 7.0 which does not propose anymore access to the Transparency Options drop down box (previously proposed in earlier versions):

  • This change of behavior is intentional, and we officially documented it in article 330287
  • Controlling Blended or Stippled Transparency in Creo Parametric 7.0 (and later) remain neverthless possible via value of config option blended_transparency which can be set to:
    • Independent (see Help Center here😞 Gives a high-quality, order-independent (known as "OIT" in characteristics documentated for the graphic cards) transparent effect to the model. The effect is produced from hardware-accelerated graphics cards.
    • yes which stands for Stippled Transparency
    • no which stands for Blended Transparency

Hope this helps

 

Regards,

 

Serge

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Hello @ET_9392213 

 

You're right, the UI changed in Creo Parametric 7.0 which does not propose anymore access to the Transparency Options drop down box (previously proposed in earlier versions):

  • This change of behavior is intentional, and we officially documented it in article 330287
  • Controlling Blended or Stippled Transparency in Creo Parametric 7.0 (and later) remain neverthless possible via value of config option blended_transparency which can be set to:
    • Independent (see Help Center here😞 Gives a high-quality, order-independent (known as "OIT" in characteristics documentated for the graphic cards) transparent effect to the model. The effect is produced from hardware-accelerated graphics cards.
    • yes which stands for Stippled Transparency
    • no which stands for Blended Transparency

Hope this helps

 

Regards,

 

Serge

ET_9392213
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(To:sacquarone)

Thank you very much for you quick answer!

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