Elevating Caption Display

Dave Yrueta shared this question 1 month ago
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Is it possible to "elevate" the display of a caption "above" a layer of graphics?

The four points and two curves that define the small polar rectangle in the attached image are all defined in red. While the display of the point captions rise "above" the blue shaded sector, the curve captions for c_{1} and c_{2} (R_{ij} and $\Delta \theta$, respectfully) are "buried" beneath the blue shaded sector. Is there a way improve their visibility on par with the captions for the 4 points?

Here's a link to the file: https://www.geogebra.org/cl.... To view the objects described, enable ShowRij, ShowdA and ShowR.

Thanks in advance for the help!

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Select the object you need to change the layer. Then open the settings and go to Advanced. There change the layer to a greater number.

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There is another option using the command SetLayer( <Object>, <Layer> )

In this case, it will be

SetLayer( c_{1}, 9 )
https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...

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Thank you Juan. That did it. Cheers!

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