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    Subapplication overlap bug

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    As you move the red subapplication over the yellow, you will see the red "paste" onto the yellow as illustrated below.

    [img:center]http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/4917/imagei.png[/img]
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    Re: Subapplication overlap bug

    Found one solution. It's kind of hacky, but it seems to work. Just add this event for the lower sub-app:
    * Always
    > Sub-App: Hide
    > Sub-App: Show

    The problem is most likely that the lower sub-app doesn't realize it's display has been changed and won't bother updating it unless you force it to.

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    Re: Subapplication overlap bug

    Thanks, it works just fine!

    Only issue is that the subapplication sometimes "blink" when doing this, but heck, totally worth it for my needs. Thanks!

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