bigDvette wrote:What I figured out on this current re-write is that layer 3 has a tendency to overlay layer 2 for some reason.
So I I have a background in layer 1 and then I put a common structure on layer 2 and then put say my device specific screen in layer 3, when I swap out layer 3, layer 2 would disappear. I simply swapped layer 2 and 3 and now all is fine although I am confused why that was happening.
I haven't had any weirdness happening with layering with this current version of ML.
Maybe I'm not following your description correctly, but it would make sense that layer 3 would cover any layer 2 scene, it's above layer 2. Are you certain that some portion of your layer 3 scene is not physically covering some portion of layer 2 scenes?
You might check your commands for the layer loading. Sometimes I get the layer numbers screwed up. Also, if you are loading all layers on a scene dynamically with commands, make sure you don't have any layers "hard-coded" in the "Scenes Options" panel. That's burned me before.