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Jayaprasad Mohanan
Posted Jan 02 - Read on Facebook

I think 2017 is the year I bombard this group with questions :D

Trying to do a "rotationY" and this is happening. I have no idea why :(


Sigurd Tapio Mannsåker

It's probably happening because there's a layer behind the rotating layer, so any part of the rotating layer that sticks behind it is obscured. Can't remember how I solved it off the top of my head (on mobile), but you could use Screen.backgroundColor = "white", remove any background layers, and make sure the other UI layers behind it have a transparent background

Sigurd Tapio Mannsåker

There's probably an easier way to simply stop 2d layers from interfering with 3D layers though

Sigurd Tapio Mannsåker

ah, found it: just set force2d: true on any layers you don't want to mess with your 3d layers

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