Issue with Labels and Annotation Layers Blend

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02-16-2021 12:18 PM
Leandro-Zamudio
Occasional Contributor

Hi!

Working with ArcGIS Pro 2.7 I've noticed something when I was using Annotation Layers and Point Layers with Labels.

I have a map in Pro like this 

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The ocean letters are from an Annotation Layer (Text Map Notes) and it has a Point FC with standard labeling.

I wanted to use Layer Blend effects applying a Hard Light Blend to the Annotation Layer and this happened.

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The Point Feature Layer dissapeared. It gets weirder because the point FC is above the Annotation Layer in the Table of contents.

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If I switch the layers order it shows the point but not the labeling.

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Is there a limitation using blend effects in Annotation Layers or is a bug?

Greetings

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Leandro-Zamudio
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Hi.

It seems to work for me using latest version (2.8.1 Patch 1)

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LindsayRaabe_FPCWA
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I'm finding a similar problem with my project. I have a number of layers in a map with labels applied to numerous layers (i.e. road names, lot numbers, etc). I have World Hillshade half way down the list in my table of contents, with Linear Burn blending applied to the Hillshade layer. It was all working as expected, and still exports the layout to PDF correctly, but when I'm viewing the map view or layout view, all the layers above the hillshade have stopped displaying, making editing the map really annoying. As soon as I turn the hillshade off, or just turn the blending back to Normal, then it all works as it should. 

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I'm going to go with (another) bug, but I'll give it until Monday to be taught otherwise. If nobody has any tips for fixing this, I'll log (another) support request and update back here when I get an answer. 

Lindsay Raabe
Forest Products Commission WA
WendyHarrison
Esri Contributor

Hi - did you get a bug number for this?  I'd like to check in on it.  thanks

Wendy

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LindsayRaabe_FPCWA
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Hi @WendyHarrison . Nope. No bug number for me. 

Lindsay Raabe
Forest Products Commission WA
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WendyHarrison
Esri Contributor
Can you provide a repro case for it?
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LindsayRaabe_FPCWA
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Nope. Looks like it's working now. Only difference between now and then are;

A) I have a new PC

B) I'm running version 2.8 (I think it was 2.7.#)

Lindsay Raabe
Forest Products Commission WA
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AlderMaps
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I'm noticing the same issue, which is unfortunately because there doesn't yet seem to be a way to apply blend modes directly to labels. This is precluding me from applying after converting to annotation.

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WendyHarrison
Esri Contributor

@AlderMaps and @Leandro-Zamudio  are you still seeing the issue at 2.8?


@LindsayRaabe_FPCWA let me know if you see an issue with it again

thanks

Wendy

Leandro-Zamudio
Occasional Contributor

Hi.

It seems to work for me using latest version (2.8.1 Patch 1)

LeandroZamudio_0-1625090378984.png

 

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