overlayColor property

MaterialStateProperty<Color?>? overlayColor

Defines the ink response focus, hover, and splash colors.

This default null property can be used as an alternative to focusColor, hoverColor, highlightColor, and splashColor. If non-null, it is resolved against one of MaterialState.focused, MaterialState.hovered, and MaterialState.pressed. It's convenient to use when the parent widget can pass along its own MaterialStateProperty value for the overlay color.

MaterialState.pressed triggers a ripple (an ink splash), per the current Material Design spec. The overlayColor doesn't map a state to highlightColor because a separate highlight is not used by the current design guidelines. See https://material.io/design/interaction/states.html#pressed

If the overlay color is null or resolves to null, then focusColor, hoverColor, splashColor and their defaults are used instead.

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final MaterialStateProperty<Color?>? overlayColor;