|Re: theming opacity button checkbox [message #1758584 is a reply to message #1717000]
||Thu, 30 March 2017 09:53
|| John Gymer
Registered: November 2012
Did you ever find a way to override the 0.3 opacity of the inner div here?
We are seeing a similar issue - we can control the outer div happily with css, but there is still always a 0.3 opacity applied to the inner div, which does not appear to be themeable.
Here's what I see, which should help understand what my problem is (hopefully the images will appear!):
Here is a checkbox and a radio button enabled, for reference:
Here they are disabled, with opacity of 0.25:
Now disabled, with opacity of 0.5:
Now disabled, with opacity of 0.8:
Finally, disabled with opacity of 1:
You can see that even with opacity of 1, there is still opacity applied, and this is on the inner div.
You might also notice that there appears to be an inconsistency between checkboxes and radio on the text - the radio button's text is not faded as much as the checkbox, but they both have the same colour according to the CSS, so perhaps there is a bug here too?
I noticed that there is also a 'tint' being applied by this CSS:
This isn't affecting the opacity, but is an interesting additional effect being applied.
Just because you can doesn't mean you should
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