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Re: Transparent Fill for Dropdown Box
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Thanks for the help but the hidden state doesn't seem to work. I've circumvented the problem atm by placing a blank text field behind the drop down box and just have the box control the fields color, turning it invisible for when I want the transparency.

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Code example below. The "1" value is what the box starts at with a transparant/no fill and what I want to change back to that transparent/no fill when selected.var vName = this.somExpression;var fieldObj = xfa.resolveNode(vName + ".ui.#choiceList.border.fill.color"); if (this.rawValue == "1") { fieldObj.value = "255,255,255";}else if (this.rawValue == "2") { fieldObj.value = "255,255,255";}else if (this.rawValue == "3") { fieldObj.value = "250,250,0";}else if (this.rawValue == "4") { fieldObj.va...

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I've made a javascript to change the fill color of a drop down box depending on what is selected. Everything is working as expected except that I can't find how to fill it with a transparent/no fill color. I've found very discouraging info about being able to do this online, but the box starts as transparent (imported the document from a preexising pdf that has the box background at no fill) so I'm hoping that it is still possible. Using CS3, any help is greatly appreciated.

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