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    Thanks for your feedback! You can currently do this by setting a transparent rectangle in the background of your overlay. I’ll leave this open to track the issue.

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    Liam commented  · 

    Adding a large transparent rectangle as a background also causes problems for transitions.

    For example if I want a small bar to overlay at the bottom of the screen I have to create a large transparent box above it to fill the rest the screen. This box is then part of the animation even if you don't see it so you can't get the bottom bar to slide up instantly as you need to wait for the box first.

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