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    Gerardo Garza
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    Default Adding Opacity Slider to Map Contents tool

    Is there a way to add an opacity slider to listed layers in the Map Contents control of the viewer?
    Or would I need to create a new control? I would like to avoid that, if possible, as I like the other functionality of the Map Contents control.
    Thanks.
    Gerardo Garza
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    Katherine Dalton

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    Default Re: Adding Opacity Slider to Map Contents tool

    Hi Gerardo,

    Yes, you would actually need to create a control, but it could be something you include in the layout itself. See this forum post for more info: Layout Customization.

    Hope that helps,
    Katy
    Katy Dalton
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    Gerardo Garza
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    Default Re: Adding Opacity Slider to Map Contents tool

    Thanks for the help Katy. I like your solution.
    My only concern is dynamic service sub-layers which are not selectable. We have a service with 20 sub-layers and complex symbology.
    We may have to load the ones that need different opacity as separate layers.
    GG
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    Katherine Dalton

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    Default Re: Adding Opacity Slider to Map Contents tool

    Quote Originally Posted by ggarza View Post
    We may have to load the ones that need different opacity as separate layers.
    GG
    Yes, that is probably the most appropriate solution in this case.

    Katy
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