Topic category: User side tutorials
For those of you who clicked the "rendering priority "question mark when creating an overlay:
Rendering priority determines which picture will be on top when 2 pictures overlap.
The LOWEST rendering priority will always be on top of any other rendering priority: If rendering priority Low and High overlap, only Low will be visible. Make sure to remember this correctly as a higher rendering priority has the opposite meaning of being on a higher layer.
Note that when opening any GUI, not even the lowest rendering priority will be able to render an image on top of the GUI.