I have a main widget with an overlay, the overlay has two child widgets, one where I have comboboxes inside which use custom widgets for each drop down entry, and one other widget which I use as a tooltip, so I move it around. I want to display the tooltip while I hover above drop down entries in the drop down list, and the enabling/disabling of the tooltip is working very well, the problem is just that the drop down entries (the whole combobox) is always on top, so the tooltip widget is half hidden by the combobox. Hierarchy is like this:
— Horizontal Box
----- Combobox 1
----- Combobox 2
Since the tooltip widget is in the overlay after the first widget (or just Horizontal Box) it should always be on top anything which is inside of the first entry. Why is it not? Is it a bug? Changing the ZOrder on the TooltipWidget does not change anything.