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Platform : Windows Forms
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Category : Colors

What is alpha blending

Alpha-blending refers to allowing a background color to show through a particular color. You use the static Color.FromArgb method to create a alpha-blended color. For example, creates three red brushes. The first argument is the alpha-blending value, from 0 to 255. The last three arguments are the RGB values, denoting in this case, red. In the picture below, all three circles use the color red, but each circle has a different alpha blending setting, allowing the white background to show through.

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