Chameleon Guide

Z Order

Z Order
Layering objects in Chameleon is done with Z Order, which is found at the bottom of
the editor. Objects can be placed in X, Y or Z axis. The “-” (minus sign) button moves objects backwards and the “+” (plus sign) button brings them forward.

Example:
Here we used Z Order to arrange the Z axis of objects, creating a layered look.

1. Place a line decorator that spans the length of the buttons.
2. Add a black shape, then move it forward using Z Order so it sits over top of the line
decorator.

3. Finally add a text decoration, and move it forward overtop of the black shape.
This creates an elegant way to use a line and text label.

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