OSD transparency

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  1. aparatos1

    aparatos1 New Member

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    Hi everyone. I'm having problems with osd. I used to be able to change osd zoom and opacity but now after few updates to rtss none of my settings work. I reinstalled reset did everything I could do and still the same. Is there anything that can be recommended to do to make it work? I can't stand it when it's not transparent
     
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    aparatos1 New Member

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    Just to add everything is working on 7.1.0 and as soon as I update to 7.2 transparency and zoom settings don't work
     
  3. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    Define what you mean by “transparency don’t work”.
     
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    aparatos1 New Member

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    Its when I change opacity in color menu. Whatever I set it looks like its at 100%. This and zoom only works in 7.1 for me so can't upgrade because of this issue
     

  5. Unwinder

    Unwinder Moderator Staff Member

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    _WHICH_ color menu? Default color definition location changed with 7.2.0, it is moved to OSD layout and release notes documents that. If that's your issue - search, it was discussed several times.
     
  6. Mergen Alimaganbetov

    Mergen Alimaganbetov New Member

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    I can confirm this issue.

    1) If I go to RTSS, open the color selection (orange bubble) and change opacity there — it does not change the opacity of selected measurements in MSI AB. HOWEVER, this opacity applies very well to clock, if I enable it in MSI AB.

    2) If I go to MSI AB, and change the color opacity of each type of element, it works. These settings are in Settings — Monitoring tab — three dots next to 'Show in On-Screen Display'.
    @aparatos1
    So for now you can change the opacity by this method (you need to change it for all 6 color groups)
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    RTSS opacity controls RTSS own overlay
    Afterburner opacity controls Afterburner via RTSS opacity.

    I don't think this is a bug, its intentional change
     
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