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can you do this in UI ?
I don't think so ...
I think you are looking for "opacity of blending settings of fill transparency settings"?
set opacity of blending settings of fill transparency settings of selection to 60 will set it to 60% for example.
FWIW, the way I usually figure this kind of thing out is to set up an example box, put a weird value in the field I want to change (eg, 12.3) and then do a "get properties of selection" in Script Editor. Then I can search for that weird value and find out what the name of the property is that contains it. (In this case a little more complex than that, as it involved a search for transparency and then the sub-properties of the settings in the right transparency properties..)
EDIT: Originally I thought you were talking about the color tint. Fixed.
Wow, that was some quick responses. Thank you.
Eric that was just the ticket.
I forgot about selecting Fill from list :(