Active panel not transparent.. sometimes.

Warren shared this problem 13 months ago
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I have a main dynamic panel with 2 sub panels. In sub panel #1 I have 2 elements which I can unhide from an event. I have a click event for each of these elements that activates subPanel #2. During the simulation, if I don't move the elements and click one of them to activate sub panel #2, they are hidden (covered up?) by subPanel #2. This is expected behavior. However, if I move them by my drag event, and then click, they are not covered up/hidden by subPanel #2. The sub panels are the same size so it's not like I'm dragging the elements out from under the other.

What gives?

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Hi Warren,

Thanks for letting us know. If possible, can you attach the file here so we can see the issue?

Best,

Danielle

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Hi Warren,

Thanks for letting us know. If possible, can you attach the file here so we can see the issue?

Best,

Danielle

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Hmm... I opened the prototyper first thing this morning, ran the simulation and... it works now! I also shared with myself to run it on Chrome and it works. If it happens again, I'll try again in Chrome to maybe see if it's a bug in the simulator.

Thanks for the quick response.

-Dave

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Actually, I had the wrong initial panel showing which wasn't working in other ways. So this is still an issue. I'm unable to attach a file. I keep getting the message "SSOV2 has the incorrect file type!". File name is SSOV2.vp.

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You can compress the file into .zip or .rar format and attach it here

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OK, it's all happening on 'InitialUsingPanel'.

I trust this file won't be accessible to other users?

Thanks.

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It was, but I deleted the file from the forum after I downloaded it. I'll take a look at the file and get back to you.

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Were you able to reproduce that?

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Yes, the issue is that drag events move dragged components to the top of the other elements to be visible when dragging. You should add an event (on drag stop) and insert this component in the panel. Right now, when dragged, elements are on top of the panel, not inside.

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That did it. Thanks!

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