Dear Users and Hype Support, I have encountered this issue with OAM widgets.
I need an interactive animation made with Hype Pro to be transparent on a web-page. The animation has to be played inside a website made with Adobe Muse. In order to achieve my desired result, I have checked the box “Make background transparent” in the Document Settings.
After that, I export to OAM Widget and go to Muse to place the file inside the page. When I insert it however, the background is still showing.
I have also tried to directly edit the head code and insert the style attribute to set the background color to transparent but it does not work.
I have even tried to manually change the file extension to .zip, decompress it and then edit the html code, adding the right style attribute. When converted again into OAM and then imported into Muse, It generated an importing error.
I have temporarily solved the issue exporting to an html folder from Hype and opening the html file with Edge Animate CC. Edge Animate recognizes the html code (with all the animations and assets) and is able to export to a fully functional OAM with transparency. However I feel this is not an optimal solution.
I would rather not having to resort to Adobe’s software. I sincerely think that Hype is better made and more flexible. I have used it before to successfully create iBooks Author widgets and even full websites.
Thanks in advance for the assistance
If it helps, I am currently running Hype Pro 3.5 on a MacBookPro Retina with Yosemite.