Thursday, August 11, 2011

How to apply simple faded transparent effects on WPF controls ?


Using OpacityMask property we can make a specific region of an element transparent or partially transparent . In this tips I am going to show you how you can apply faded transparent effects on some elements in WPF.

We can use OpacityMask with both SolidColorBrush or GradientColorBrush . But if you want achieve the transparent effects with faded view, you have to use OpacityMask with LinearGradientBrush or even you can use RadialGradientBrush.

Let’s start with a GradientColorBrush where I have applied a gradient effects that moves from a solid to transparent color which applies to TextBox Control.


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