the layer stack

The layer stack

When you add any element to your page, it appears on your scene but also in the layers stack. Let’s explore how that works.

Here are the different options proposed by Racontr that we will approach:

First step: Managing depth

On your page, your elements are “piled” on top of one another; the position of an element on the pile is called its “layer depth”.

  1. In the layers stack pane, the position of each layer determines its depth: the element at the very top of the stack will be in the foreground, and the lowest one will be the background.
  2. To change a layer’s position in the stack, simply click and drag it over or below the others

Layers visibility

To make editing easier, you can make a layer invisible (hidden) while in editing mode.

  1. Click on the eye-shaped icon on the right of the layer.

Click a second time to make it visible again. (Note: hiding a layer this way while editing does not affect the visibility of the layer when running the project.)

Locking layers

  1. To avoid unwanted displacement, you can lock a layer by clicking on the lock-shaped icon on the right of the layer. Click a second time to unlock it.

Deleting layers

  1. To delete a layer (and so the element on your page), click on the cross on the right of the layer.


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