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Question: Hierarchy of Selected View Area?

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Question: Hierarchy of Selected View Area?

Postby » Wed Nov 14, 2018 4:33 pm

Hi, I have been working on My equalizer project (found here):

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And lalalandsynth as well as KG_Is_Back, RJHollins, Nix, Tulamide and Juha_TP have been frequenting it, but recently this request was posted by lalalandsynth:

lalalandsynth wrote:I also expected to be able to grab the circle to set the Q wherever I want to not just on the bottom part.
Not sure about the moving dot, looks cool but you kind of expect it having a purpose.

And I'd like to accommodate that; But I was curious, let's say there are two selectable areas, one on top of the other.
The top one is centered and smaller than the bottom one. Does the top one having a different tier in the view order mean that it is selectable? Or is it that only if they occupy a different region?

If anyone knows the answer or has a trick to accomplish that please let me know.
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