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Give duplicate same z-index plus 1 as original

SeanB 7 years ago in By Screen / Design updated by Alin Alexandru Matei 7 years ago 0
Um, please consider giving a duplicated element the same z-index as it's source element, +1. This way it stays at the same level, not flying to the top above all other elements that should be above it. Thanks!

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A duplicated element is considered a new element so that's why is placed on top of all elements.
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A duplicated element is considered a new element so that's why is placed on top of all elements.
Yes that's valid, but some apps like Fireworks will keep it relative to the original.  It's an ease of use feature. Just a suggestion. :)