1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 7, 2013 11:19 PM by SimplyShawn

    Scrollable Frame appears as top layer, even if it isn't.

    SimplyShawn

      I have a layout that includes a masked out image over the top of the text frame. It doesn't cover the first line at all, but as the frame scrolls up the text needs to move up undernethe the masked image. However, it doesn't. It appears over the masked image, and just disappears at the top of the frame.

       

      How do I make it aknowledge that it should render UNDER the layer ABOVE it?

        • 1. Re: Scrollable Frame appears as top layer, even if it isn't.
          SimplyShawn Level 1

          I found a sort of counter-intuitive work around...

           

          I created a "Scrollable Frame"  for the masked image as well, then kept it from actually scrolling by setting it to horizontal only, then seting it's liquid layout rules to lock to the right margin.

           

          The image now appears on top of the scrollable text, and I don't seem to be able to scroll it (but can still scroll my text, as intended).

           

          This is a really awful way to do it though. Why don't folio objects render in their proper layer order?