Definite Bug

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed May 25 10:52:46 EDT 2016


I just made a new stack with some grouped objects in it, and in the PB I 
can move objects within the group, out of the group, and back into the 
group by just dragging in the PB's list.

I think there may be something more to Bramanathatswami's recipe.

Maybe something in his setup is changing the relayerGroupedControls 
property?

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Richard Gaskin
Fourth World Systems
Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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Bob Sneidar wrote:

 > Yes if the object is already in a group you cannot relayer this way.
 > You must first ungroup, set the layer then regroup. Thankfully, the
 > group recreates itself as it was before you ungrouped it. Nice touch
 > from a long time ago.
 >
 >> On May 24, 2016, at 20:26 , Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami wrote:
 >>
 >> Confirmed here in OS X
 >>
 >> Re-layering groups is really "scary" at the moment. It's such a
 >> challenge that the only way I'm able to successfully move a group
 >> is to look up the layers of all objects/groups in the application
 >> browser (aka "revolutionApplicationOverview") and then manually set
 >> the layer of the group (via msg box) to a number that is either
 >> above or below  in between of any other group.. even then it doesn't
 >> always work as I hope…







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