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Basic system that ISN'T in UMG?

Layer systems as we all know are in every photo-editing software out there. If i'm not mistaken, there isn't one in UMG? If that's the case i don't know how it hasn't been implemented yet? and or thought of? I've just created a menu system in UMG and now i would like to add a background image, but i cant 'send to back' and i have to do very tedious manipulative techniques to try and improvise for the lack of a layer system? Or if there is one could someone point it out to me because i just cant find it.

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asked Apr 26 '15 at 03:09 PM in Using UE4

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ZOrder is your friend. It may not show in UMG's Editor, but it definitely works.

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answered Apr 27 '15 at 12:07 AM

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