Overlap View Extension: Create overlying layout

Please show the relevant blocks you use to set up the components with the extension.

What components are frame_dashboard and infobox ?

frame_dashboard is the base Horizontal Arrangement right on top of Screen1 and infobox is a Vertical Arrangement, which in this case, is the white popup. The app theme is set to 'Device Default'.

OK, try this.

overlapTestExtn.aia (7.9 KB)

Tested on Android 10 and Android 13 compiled, no boxing or shadows with buttons. But this is with Classic theme.

Testing with Device Default theme and I also get the boxes and shadows.

It seems it must be a theme setting. Will do some more testing....

Or set button's background image to a pure white image? not tested myself.

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Well so the app theme seems to be the issue here...

Unfortunately, I can't change the app theme from Device Default to Classic as that will also change the style of the Notifier. I hope the extension developer looks into it and resolves this.

Thanks for your help though, Tim! (:

Thanks for your idea (:

Surprisingly, that worked!
Here is the output:

Button1 has BackgroundColor set to 'None' and Image set to a blank white png image.
Button2 has BackgroundColor set to 'White' and Image set to 'None'.
Button3 has BackgroundColor set to 'None' and Image set to 'None'.

The app theme is Device Default.

com.google.appinventor.components.runtime.Canvas$CanvasView cannot be cast to android.view.ViewGroup
Note: You will not see another error reported for 5 seconds.

someone can help me?

show us your block images.

you can not set canvas as mainlayout, try use a vertical arrange ment

Thanks :slight_smile: