Layer "hides" content of other layers
I have a problem with the realisation of an idea.
The idea was to have an info-flap on my base layer. This flap consists of two buttons and one icon. The info-flap lies almost completely outside the visible area of the base layer - except for one of the buttons. This button is used to trigger a motion path for each element of the flap to let it slide into the visible area. Now one can click on the second button to access a layer which consists of some markers that explain elements on the base layer, e.g. "By clicking this item it will move along a path". The markers on the second layer are placed beneath the objects of the base layer. To "fade" the base layer a little, I formatted the background of the second layer and set the transparency to 65%. Now the flap is also located behind this background. I thought I could solve this issue by creating a third layer where I put my info-flap. But it is still behind the background of the second layer.
I need this info-flap to be on top of everything else, as to show the user that it is still clickable, such that the second button can be clicked again to hide the second layer.
Can someone please help my to solve this problem?