Can you please allow user to disable transparency when editing layers in collector?
When you edit layer of interest all other layers fade which makes it really hard to see on the screen, especially with direct sunlight.
I've just discovered this. What is the point of this feature? It makes it much harder to see other features we have in our Collector maps which the user is using to locate the point? e.g. parcel boundaries, etc.
Can this option be disabled?
Agreed, I have no idea what the point of applying transparency during feature collection?
I help manage the collector apps for my organization and since switching to the new iPhone collector app (from collector classic) I’ve received complaints about features layers in the map becoming almost fully transparent when you add a feature in collector.
Our users need to reference the other features in the map when they are collecting new features, which is impossible when they become almost fully transparent, especially with glare from the sun
For example, in the images below the lines and points are opaque in the first image but are almost fully transparent in the second image after I clicked the blue button to add a feature.
For now our solution is to just keep using collector classic until this gets fixed, or at least the option to not mute the background layers is added to the new collector app.
We are using Collector for ArcGIS (iOS) Version: 19.2.0 Build 2714.
This is a big usability issue and I hope it gets addressed. I can understand the logic if features need to be transparent while collecting relative to basemap imagery. But when collecting based off of organization features, it makes it almost impossible - especially when out in the daylight. For those that collect based off of the basemap, they can turn layers off if they get in the way. But for those collecting based off of other features, there is no solution. This should either be an option (fade other features while collecting?) or removed altogether.
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