Are your shaped .pngs? and do they have transparent backgrounds?
It should look like this
when you open it in Paint or similar.
If they aren't, you could create them as .pngs and remove the background...or (much easier) goto flaticon.com, where you can download shapes (already in png and transparent backgrounds)
Hope that helps
It appears your using sheets with images as buttons. To remove the tooltips (if this is the case), simply hit the tooltip button on the marks card on each sheet, and uncheck 'show tooltips'. This should eliminate the popup altogether.
However, border lines will still appear when you mouse over each arrow in this case. If these are not meant to be clickable arrows, you can cover the arrows in text boxes, making them unaccessible. When you mouse over a text box, in contrast to a sheet, it does not highlight the borders of the shape.
Let me know if this helped!
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- Create a dual axis using the Region field.
- Find or create a transparent image and put it in your custom shape folder (I've posted one on several other threads).
- Change the shape on the top most axis to the blank shape. (Can't ever remember whether that's left or right.)
This blank shape will intercept the mouse click (and hover) so the bounding box doesn't appear. You may have to set color to 0% opacity (I don't remember).
Shawn Wallwork interesting, the way I've dealt with this in the past is by placing a textbox over the sheet which eliminated any hover or click functionality as well. I'll definetly try out your solution, does the sheet remain clickable and with a tooltip with the transparent shape overlay?
Works Perfectly. Thank you!
Yes in dual axis we have to set color opacity to 0%.
Yes. The transparent shape is still a shape with all that functionality.