A custom implementation of
Instead of overriding the entire theme of the app (which caused problems in various parts of my app) as suggested by other solutions on "How to set rounded corners of a modal?", I decided to take a look at the implementation for
showModalBottomSheet and find the problem myself.
Turns out that all that was needed was wrapping the main code for the modal in a Theme widget that contains the
canvasColor: Colors.transparent trick. I also made it easier to customize the radius and the background color of the modal itself.
import 'package:rounded_modal/rounded_modal.dart'; showRoundedModalBottomSheet( context: context, radius: 10.0, // This is the default color: Colors.white, // Also default builder: (context) => ???, );
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