Using the style palette, I created a class hover style with an opacity less than the default 1.0. In the tag field I entered the style:
…and using extended assigned it an opacity less than one. I then applied the class “button-name” to the hyperlink using the hyperlink dialog box. It works fine: opacity changes from full to the specified opacity on hover.
However, I want the button to get stronger rather than weaker when hover happens to indicate it has been selected.
So, using the same class, I created an accompanying link style:
…giving it a lower opacity than the hover opacity.
The result is that the specified link opacity works but the hover opacity doesn’t. It seems that a hover specification can override a default link state opacity but not a specified link state opacity.
Any suggestions on how to fix this or another way to attack it?
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