|To adjust the ScanThru windows look, you can use Transparency. Use it to make the windows and all their controls look solid or transparent.
||Select the transparency mode that will be applied to the ScanThru windows. The transparency mode determines when the transparency effect will be applied to the ScanThru windows.|
The available options are:
- None — all the ScanThru windows will look solid; no transparency effect will be applied, and no adjustments can be made.
- Always — all the ScanThru windows will look transparent. To adjust the windows transparency, specify the Opacity level.
- Auto — all the ScanThru active windows will look solid; the transparency effect will be applied to inactive windows only.
|To adjust the level of transparency, specify an Opacity (%) value between 10 and 100.
- Drag the slider to adjust the transparency. Dragging to the left increases the windows transparency and to the right decreases it. The changes you make with the slider are automatically displayed in the related box, and vice versa.
- You can also use spin buttons to adjust the transparency or type a certain value in the Opacity (%) box. To decrease the transparency, click an arrow pointing up. To increase transparency, click an arrow pointing down.
** Transparency function is possible only on Windows 2000 and later.