Above versus below: Object on top of other object(s)
The property "Object on top of other object(s)" detects whether an object visibly overlaps at least one other object.
The configuration options for a check based on the "Object on top of other object(s)" property can be seen below.
The "Consider" option defines the set of objects for which it shall be determined which objects from this set overlap at least one other object that belongs to those objects defined under "Check against".
The example and exercise below make use of the check Text object on top of other objects.kfpx and the PDF file Yummy Pumpkin Yoghurt.pdf which are available for download:
Running the check Text object on top of other object(s) detects all text objects that visibly overlap at least one other object below them. As a consequence, this check will find all text objects that sit on top of the label background, as can be seen in the screenshot below.
In order to find text objects that do not visibly overlap other objects, see the article Above versus below: Object not on top of any other object.