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The Transparency of a UIGradient describes how “see-through” the parent UI element will be along the provided NumberSequence. This property works in a similar manner to Beam/Transparency or Trail/Transparency, except that it applies over an on-screen distance determined by the UIGradient/Offset|Offset and UIGradient/Rotation|Rotation of the UIGradient. The image below shows the linear interpolation of three transparency values:

How the UIGradient Transparency NumberSequence applies transparency to a GuiObject

Note: the envelope values of the datatype/NumberSequenceKeypoint|NumberSequenceKeypoints are ignored.

See Also

  • articles/Applying UIGradients, for more information on creating UIGradient objects and how they work.