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Opacity   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Opacity[a] is a graphics directive which specifies that graphical objects which follow are to be displayed, if possible, with opacity a. Opacity[a, color] uses the specified ...
WindowOpacity   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
WindowOpacity is a notebook option that determines the overall opacity of a displayed window.
AlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
AlphaChannel[image] returns the alpha channel of image.
RemoveAlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
RemoveAlphaChannel[image] removes all opacity information from image.RemoveAlphaChannel[image, c] removes opacity by blending all pixels with the background color c.
SetAlphaChannel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SetAlphaChannel[image] adds a fully opaque alpha channel to image.SetAlphaChannel[image, a] sets the opacity of all pixels to a.SetAlphaChannel[image, aimage] sets the alpha ...
Add Transparency to Plots   (Mathematica How To)
Transparency is useful in plots when you need an unobstructed view of multiple components of one plot, or simply want to lighten a single plot component against a white ...
ImageCompose   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageCompose[image, overlay] gives the result of overlaying overlay onto image. ImageCompose[image, {overlay, \[Alpha]}] gives the result of alpha blending overlay into image ...
Window Properties   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica allows detailed control of the overall look and operation of notebook windows.
Palettes   (Mathematica Guide)
In Mathematica, a palette is just a notebook with a collection of controls such as buttons. A uniquely powerful consequence of Mathematica's unified design is that a symbolic ...
New in 6.0: Notebooks & Documents   (Mathematica Guide)
Version 6.0 greatly extended Mathematica's powerful symbolic document paradigm, integrating support for editable symbolic graphics, structure-programmable table layouts, ...
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