JQuery fadeToggle

I can use toggle, fadeToggle etc… But I can’t find a way to toggle to an opacity of 0.20 or something like that. I’ve searched the internet, but not found a proper solution. Anyone?

Why are you using Jquery to do it?

Otherwise I need too many timelines.

You can set opacity with the Hype JavaScript API!

I can do this:

$(document).ready(function() {
        $(".vk").toggle(document.getElementById("vk").style.opacity = "0.5");

But how to get back to opacity 1.0?
No this does not work, because it has to stop at n opacity of 0.5. It now completely disappears.

this works, so far that it returns to opacity 1.0.

$(document).ready(function() {
        $(".vk").fadeToggle(document.getElementById("vk").style.opacity = "0.5", function() {
        document.getElementById("vk").style.opacity = "1.0";}

Now it needs to stop at 0.5

	let someElement_ = hypeDocument.getElementById('someElement')
	let someElement_Opacity  =  hypeDocument.getElementProperty(someElement_, 'opacity')
 someElement_Opacity == 1  ? hypeDocument.setElementProperty(someElement_, 'opacity', 0.5, 1.0, 'easeinout') :  
hypeDocument.setElementProperty(someElement_, 'opacity', 1.0, 1.0, 'easeinout');

Nice solution. Thank you for that!