14 Replies
Adam  Dawes

Thank you for replying to my issue. I am taking pictures of background s on my phone. Would that suffice? When I go to insert an image Rise will not allow me to select the photos.  I have included the photos  I would like to use for backgrounds in my scenarios. Thank you in advance.

Brian Waters

I'd love to have an unblurred feature as well and something else. I'd like the ability to remove the character in a discussion. and here's why. I'd like to replicate an online scenario between a website visitor and a bot..... so my "background" will be an ipad (not blurred) and the conversation will fit over the ipad, to look like it was on the ipad. Something like this... but without the character..... Martin and the bot

Brian Waters

The Inspiration worked for the immediate need. Thank you, so much for the quick response. But as a Rise scenario is already built and ready to go it would be nice, for the future, to have this as a feature. You could perhaps have an ipad template scenario, and an iphone template scenario to use if you wanted to.... Just a thought if the development team have got nothing else to do... :+)

Simon Smith

Hey Nancy & David.

You can remove the blur in the background by editing main.bundle.css. You probably want to Unminify the CSS first to make it more readable.

Just look for scenario-block__background and remove the filter:blur; parameter.

There's a bunch of other good stuff around here for playing with the look and feel of the scenario block. 

Math Notermans

Cool tip Simon. Nevertheless i prefer it being in Rise somewhere... blur background checkbox.
As i can get it done by CSS, but most of the editors that will create the courses/scenarios donot know how to get that done. Further more as Brian asked for too, i do prefer having the option to hide, disable or make a character transparant, because i do want to use custom backgrounds without an character in front. Would be even better if we could use custom .png's in front...

scenario wishes

Math Notermans

Customizing indeed the CSS like this...both my background gets unblurred and my character hidden..

.scenario-block__background {

filter: blur(0rem) !important;
}

.scenario-block__character {
visibility: hidden !important;
}

Now finding a way to get that enabled into Rise360 is the tough part...