Element layers in Seidat slide editor work with the same logic as in most image editing softwares.

  • All elements have their own layer
  • Background (image) is not counted as a layer
  • The lower the number of the element layer the deeper/further behind others the layer is Example: There are 3 layers on a Seidat slide. Layer nr. 1 is right on top of the background and nr. 3 is the top layer. ¬†Layer nr. 2 is in between these two layers.¬†

Example in picture:

Change layer from the tool bar by clicking arrows up or down:

Change layer from the element stack by dragging the element up and down.

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