Following Use Feathering to Accentuate the Area of Interest in Your Map , I have a feature class with attributes like this. What I did was follow Use Feathering to Accentuate the Area of Interest in Your Map , then add "ZPAR" with the values in the opposite order:
Because what I want is the opposite of Use Feathering to Accentuate the Area of Interest in Your Map , I want the INNER ring to be 100% transparent, and the OUTER ring to be 100% solid.
No Matter what I do here:
I always get, 100% of the time, a feathered ring mask where the outer ring is transparent and the inner solid, opposite of what I need. I have used every single setting in the Transparency Settings in Pro, and used every field, and tried every combination of every single button and number I can type in, been at this for days, always the same result. Is there a bug in Pro regarding transparency, or is there another hidden button I'm missing?
And......the problem was the Dissolve Option. I'm used to Arc Map, where I always picked "All", and in Pro, I thought Overlapping was the equivalent. So running this in Python
arcpy.analysis.MultipleRingBuffer("BOUNDMASK", r"C:\PROJECTS\PRO_JUNK_GEODATABASE.gdb\MULTI_RING", [5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55,60,65,70,75,80,85,90,95,100,105,110,115,120,125,130,135,140,145,150,155,160,165,170,175,180,185,190,195,200,205,210,215,220,225,230,235,240,245,250,255,260,265,270,275,280,285,290,295,300,305,310,315,320,325,330,335,340,345,350,355,360,365,370,375,380,385,390,395,400,405,410,415,420,425,430,435,440,445,450,455,460,465,470,475,480,485,490,495,500], "Meters", "distance", "ALL", "OUTSIDE_ONLY") <Result 'C:\\PROJECTS\\PRO_JUNK_GEODATABASE.gdb\\MULTI_RING'
And adding a larger white background resulted in this
Hi! I'm having the same problem in Desktop, except I did select DISSOLVE ALL when I created my buffer... Any pointers?
My statement for the Xpar attribute field was ((100 * [FromBufDst])/380) , where 380km was the greatest buffer distance.