Hi Tom, > > Great to see you last week! And good to see you too. > > Thanks for the explanation. I guess I was thinking that if someone > has text (drawings) and adds more, that if that then caused the "box" > around the text/drawing to turn black, the user would have to "move to > front" anyway. Obviously, if they're using an opaque background, > though, it would not matter. > > Typical scenario (from watching one of our scientists...): > > 1. user displays an image (say "band 1") > 2. user adds annotation with a drawing control > 3. user displays another image (say "band 2") > 4. toggling on/off "band 2" gives you an interesting effect of the > background of the annotation > 5. user adds annotation with the same drawing control as #2 > 6. toggling on/off images gives you an even more interesting effect of > a transparent "see through" to another image > 7. user display another image (say "band 3") > 8. etc. One thing they could do is draw at a higher fixed Z level. There would still be transparency issues but at least the drawing wouldn't be occluded. -Jeff Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: RUL-757497 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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