How do I hide text under image?

  • So I'm making chat with scrollbar. My question is how can I hide chat texts under background (There is little "window" "painted" with alpha channel, where texts should be able to see).

    Capx here: http://koomagames.net/uploads/scrolltest.capx

    If you copy it I'll put you to jail if you haven't wrote "Thanks to Koodari" at your game's credits <img src="smileys/smiley17.gif" border="0" align="middle">

  • Manual entry about text object :

    ote if WebGL is enabled in project properties, due to technical limitations all Text objects appear on top of everything else in the game. For example, Sprites cannot be displayed on top of Text objects when WebGL is on, because the text is rendered to an overlay above the game. It is recommended to design your game so it is not necessary for other objects to appear on top of text objects, since turning off WebGL can reduce performance.

    For scrolling some block of text inside a text object I had done this capx a while ago.

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  • Manual entry about text object :

    ote if WebGL is enabled in project properties, due to technical limitations all Text objects appear on top of everything else in the game. For example, Sprites cannot be displayed on top of Text objects when WebGL is on, because the text is rendered to an overlay above the game. It is recommended to design your game so it is not necessary for other objects to appear on top of text objects, since turning off WebGL can reduce performance.

    For scrolling some block of text inside a text object I had done this capx a while ago.

    Oh, thanks! <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle">

  • I've mentioned this before regarding overlapping text with other objects but will reiterate here in case it's helpful.

    You can potentially use the Canvas plugin and paste the Text object to the Canvas. It's an extra step, but doing that will allow you to place other objects over it.

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