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How to fix an overlap of popup triggers - can this be fixed?

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Jun 21, 2019

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I'm working on an interactive time for Apollo. So far it was working great. You'll see in the layers how I'm doing this so when you point at a mini moon the popup comes on:

LAYERS.jpg

Here's an example of what the end result looks like:

WORKS.jpg

I didn't hit a snag until I got too far to the right of the screen and had to move the popup over to the left. When I did the mini moons are overlapping the popup:

NOTWORKS.jpg

Anyone have an idea on how I can fix this so the moons don't overlap the popup?

Thanks.

Did you deselct the option „Triggers on Top“ in the composition options?

And: how did you build it?

  • Is it one composition with multiple triggers/targets? Or did you use multiple compositions, each with one trigger/target?

I assume, you chose the second approach. Did you try the first one, using one composition and set the targets to „scattered“ instead of “stacked“?

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How to fix an overlap of popup triggers - can this be fixed?

Enthusiast ,
Jun 21, 2019

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I'm working on an interactive time for Apollo. So far it was working great. You'll see in the layers how I'm doing this so when you point at a mini moon the popup comes on:

LAYERS.jpg

Here's an example of what the end result looks like:

WORKS.jpg

I didn't hit a snag until I got too far to the right of the screen and had to move the popup over to the left. When I did the mini moons are overlapping the popup:

NOTWORKS.jpg

Anyone have an idea on how I can fix this so the moons don't overlap the popup?

Thanks.

Did you deselct the option „Triggers on Top“ in the composition options?

And: how did you build it?

  • Is it one composition with multiple triggers/targets? Or did you use multiple compositions, each with one trigger/target?

I assume, you chose the second approach. Did you try the first one, using one composition and set the targets to „scattered“ instead of “stacked“?

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Did you deselct the option „Triggers on Top“ in the composition options?

And: how did you build it?

  • Is it one composition with multiple triggers/targets? Or did you use multiple compositions, each with one trigger/target?

I assume, you chose the second approach. Did you try the first one, using one composition and set the targets to „scattered“ instead of “stacked“?

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Thank you for your help. I was unaware that you could keep making more popups from one comp. I did that and it worked.

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