The z-values of elements lets you organize the elements in your plot, but I have always thought that layers (like in Photoshop) are easier to work with because you can see and manipulate each layer in a ‘Layers’ window.
I’m wondering if you can combine the z-values and the idea of layers in ForeUI. Please have a look at this PDF in which I explain the idea in more detail:
Thanks Ulrich for the suggestion. It is a very interesting idea and I like it.
Not sure how difficult will it be to have it implemented, and we will soon discuss it in an internal meeting.
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Selecting a date has an action set to grab the calendar dateString property and save it to the text edit box value property then to make the calendar hidden.
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If user select the last page and add new page, the new page will be appended and it has default title “Page ?”, as it behaves now.
If you mean in the editing mode, you could not see the mouse coordinates directly. However you can see the coordinates of every element, when you select it. Roof Repair
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