ColorfulSafeArea

Pub

A more customizable replacement for the SafeArea widget. It lets you set the color of your SafeArea without affecting the color of its child.

Example of ColorfulSafeArea

Use it just like a regular SafeArea widget

Scaffold(
    body: ColorfulSafeArea(
    child: SomeWidget(),
    ),
);

Setting Color

The color of ColorfulSafeArea widgets are transparent by default. To change their color, set the color property.

Scaffold(
    body: ColorfulSafeArea(
    color: Colors.red,
    child: SomeWidget(),
    ),
);

Using Transparent Colors

You can use any color that has transparency

Scaffold(
    body: ColorfulSafeArea(
    color: Colors.red.withOpacity(0.7),
    child: SomeWidget(),
    ),
);

Overflow Rules

If you are using a transparent color and want the child of the ColorfulSafeArea to appear behind it, you can set overflowRules to define how the ColorfulSafeArea's child should appear. The default value is OverflowRules.all(false). The OverflowRules class works much like EdgeInsets

// allows the child to overflow behind all sides
overflowRules: OverflowRules.all(true)

// allows the child to overflow only on the left and bottom sides
overflowRules: OverflowRules.only(left: true, bottom: true)

// allows the child to overflow on the top and bottom
overflowRules: OverflowRules.symmetric(vertical: true)

Blurring Overflow Area

If you want to apply a blur effect to the ColorfulSafeArea, you can apply a filter.

Scaffold(
    body: ColorfulSafeArea(
    overflowRules: OverflowRules.all(true),
    filter: ImageFilter.blur(sigmaX: 10, sigmaY: 10),
    child: SomeWidget(),
    ),
);

Making Overflow Area Interactive

When you set overflowRules and would like for the parts of the child that have overflowed to be interactable behind the ColorfulSafeArea, you can set overflowTappable to true.

Scaffold(
    body: ColorfulSafeArea(
    overflowRules: OverflowRules.all(true),
    overflowTappable: true
    child: SomeWidget(),
    ),
);

Libraries

colorful_safe_area