We have two MSOs sitting on top of each other, and even though we have the back-to-front order (z-axis) correct, one of them insists on always being on top. Please see the illustration below.
These three buttons activate different MSOs, and it's the top two thay are problematic. The second state of "SHARE" is covered by the first state of "TAP TO ENLARGE", even though it's placed in the right order on z axis ("TAP TO ENLARGE" is behind the "SHARE"). We even tried moving"SHARE" to a new layer above everything, but when tapped it's still covered up by "TAP TO ENLARGE".
Is there a way to make this work? Of course we could swap the places of these two buttons so that "SHARE" is on top, but this should surely work as we think?
Thanks for your reply, Bob! We can certainly do that.
It does seem like a workaround though. Is there a known issue with layering of MSOs? It seems that we're doing everything right and not getting the expected result.
Actually, Bob, I don't think it would be that easy to build it as one MSO. We would have to have:
- Inactive Share/Inactive Enlargement
- Inactive Share/Active Enlargement
- Active Share/Inactive Enlargement
- Active Share/Active Enlargement
and that would be pain to make .. especially for several pages per article. And then the same for the other orientation.
Here is a link to the file that exhibits this behaviour. Would you mind having a look? I hope it's something painfully simple that causes us this grief.
Sorry, Bob's suggested workaround doesn't work for us in this case—the MSO would have been too complex.
I thought that I should bump this and ask again if anyone is experiencing this same issue with MSOs not layering as expected?