- 2018-12-11 at 10:45 pm #9779
I have been trying to get the background transparent as described below, but to no avail!
“transparent background” – makes the background transparent so that the underlying parts of a web page become visible through the WebGL canvas.
From my understanding all that is required is to check the transparent background within the configure application menu. It seems to change the background from gray to white, but not transparent!
Seriously am I missing something?
Also I have tried it with newly created applications with the same result!
PD2018-12-12 at 7:24 am #9786
It seems to change the background from gray to white, but not transparent!
The color changed to white because the underlying web page is blank. Try adding some text or images to the .html to find that the canvas is actually transparent. Or better, embed your app in another html document with an iframe, as described here.
2018-12-12 at 2:10 pm #9805
- This reply was modified 8 months, 1 week ago by Yuri Kovelenov.
Yes, sorry I should have explained that I already tried overlaying it as you suggested. See the attached image.
In the current image there are two frames, the above frame displays a transparent background, but is achieved using different WebGL software. As for the one below, it’s using Verge3D with the Transparent Background enabled but not working.
Both are set up exactly the same using embed <iframe> code method in regards to the HTML editor.
As stated before, I can’t explain the behavior?
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.2018-12-12 at 2:14 pm #98072018-12-12 at 2:27 pm #9808
Excellent that worked!
PD2018-12-12 at 2:32 pm #98092019-02-10 at 5:28 pm #11237
Where can I find the configure application menu? I am trying to make my background transparent also.
www.charliegeorge.dev2019-02-11 at 7:22 am #11251
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