Callout Box Fill Colour Opacity

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Am I having a senior moment?

I just tried to do the obvious and apply some text with a fill colour, which I have just about managed to learn is a Callout box instead of a text object.

But I can see no way to change the opacity of the fill colour.

So to achieve the effect I want I have to draw a shape and set its opacity, then overlay with a text object?  Is that right?

If so, please can we have an update to the callout box to add a fill colour opacity control
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+1 I did vote but ...

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Paul

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Ah, BUT ...



.. as I'm sure the other Rick will agree.

But seriously, considering that the its core proposition is annotating screenshots, you'd think the one thing that would rock 'n' roll would be adding an annotation to a screen shot?
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One would think
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Some things are written BY Stone. ;)
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Rick Grunwald

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Ok I have to stop this. I am in therapy for punsterism ...
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The thing about puns is the audience has to get them.  What is this?  You before and after gender reassignment? :)
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.. and in posting the image, I have spoiled the effect. :(  Bad karma
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They are Jessica ... and Oliver ...  [drum roll] Stone [sigh]
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