Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a frame that is in front of some text (wrap: "through")
2. Right-click → frame → background and set the color to "no fill"
The text behind the frame does not show through, the frame's background appears white.
If no fill color is set, it should be transparent. Currently this can only be achieved by selecting a fill color (white) and setting the transparency to 100%, which contradicts the meaning of "no fill".
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
thanks for the report. I see it, and indeed think that 'no fill' has the effect of 'transparant' looks logic.
(However, I did not check with the logic in other parts where this may be used.)
- Set this as enhancement.
- Set the version to 3.3.0 : it's been this way from the start.
(Note I did not check for possible duplicate issues.)
This looks like a duplicate of Bug 34585 - frame with no-fill background has white background. I'll mark it as such.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 34585 ***