ZABBIX FEATURE REQUESTS
  1. ZABBIX FEATURE REQUESTS
  2. ZBXNEXT-875

a way to control z order of icons on a map (z-index)

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    • Type: Change Request Change Request
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      Issue ZBXNEXT-675 introduced a nice set of new icons for maps. One of them is a rack and there are also icons for rackmountable servers. However, since there is no way to control the z-order of icons, such icons are not very useful: a rack and rackmountable servers can be drawn in any order, and a rack can cover rackmountable servers. We need a way to put rackmountable servers in front and the rack in the back.

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          Aristoteles Rego de Araujo added a comment -

          It really would be interesting to do a control icons, avoid having to rebuild the entire maps by adding new racks or overlapping items. With version 2.0.x had to redo the map designer to put inside the racks. It could be something like open a list of icons and set the level of each.

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          Aristoteles Rego de Araujo added a comment - It really would be interesting to do a control icons, avoid having to rebuild the entire maps by adding new racks or overlapping items. With version 2.0.x had to redo the map designer to put inside the racks. It could be something like open a list of icons and set the level of each.
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          Marc added a comment -

          This should be implemented for all elements including link indicators.

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          Marc added a comment - This should be implemented for all elements including link indicators.
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          Vitaly Zhuravlev added a comment -

          Looks like it is implemented in 3.4?

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          Vitaly Zhuravlev added a comment - Looks like it is implemented in 3.4?
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          Marc added a comment -

          seems so, yes

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          Marc added a comment - seems so, yes

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            • Assignee:
              Alexei Vladishev
              Reporter:
              Aleksandrs Saveljevs
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