in previous versions, when i had multiple pages i could control where a new layer fell in the order of the master pages.
example: i have a master layer that has a watermark that goes on top.
before, i could put new art on a new layer on the second page and move that layer underneath the master layer with the watermark appearing on top.
now, as far as i can tell, all master layers are now considered to be on the bottom, and you cannot move/create a layer in between.
has a setting changed? what am i missing?
thx in advance, -handsome john
In the Objects docker, there is an option to "Show Master Layers on Pages".
If that is checked, then master layers show up on the individual pages, and you can do "page-based" reordering to put a master layer above a page layer.
Here's a magic trick for you, too.
Create a master layer, then drag it so that it is above the master Guides layer in the Master Page.
Such a layer will by default be above page layers; no page-based layer reordering is necessary. That's just dynamite for watermarks, page numbers, etc.
as usual, Eskimo, you rule-- thank you for your expertise.