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Heatmap transparency

Question asked by jzaid_DirectRelief on Apr 27, 2015

If I set a transparency level for a point layer to 0 and use a standard heatmap renderer with default configuration in a webmap, the layer is still visible.  While I am editing the ma, after I set the transparency of the layer to 100%, the layer is transparent. But if I reload the map in the map viewer, it is no longer transparent, even if the settings indicate that it is transparent.

I have found that  I can make the layer transparent by first going to the heatmap style option and setting the transparency to 100% and then saving the map. This will change both layer and render transparency to 100%  (identical to setting it at the layer transparency).

As a side note. If I chose a point renderer as opposed to the heatmap, this does NOT occur.

Here is a link to a map that displays incorrectly.

http://directrelief.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=38c111eef67b4ae3b913301036562300

 

Here are two screenshots of the results of setting the layer transparency to 100%.

Transparency set at layer

Screen Shot 2015-04-27 at 8.57.05 AM.png

 

The transparency was not set in the style but it was "automatically" set when I set the transparency level for the layer to 100%.

 

Screen Shot 2015-04-27 at 8.57.36 AM.png

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