Hi Gonzalo, This is not something that we support at the moment. I have raised your idea with my team as a potential enhancement to our product for future releases, however your case will be made stronger if it also went through the official channels. We have a f orum ideas panel , which you can find here - https://community.esri.com/t5/custom/page/page-id/arcgis-ideas#custom-tiled-node-navigation Kind Regards, Peter Dimitrov
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Hi, I noticed that in both of your label definitions you set the property "allow label overlap" to allow. This will allow labels to overlap and will fully disregard any label deconfliction, producing the results you see / priority being ignored. If you set "allow overlap of label" to "exclude", this will prevent labels from overlapping and you will see correct behaviour. Following from the above information ,it is also worth to note that the default deconfliction strategy applied to labels is static, unless specified otherwise. In the case where overlap of labels is not allowed, static deconfliction would mean that the lower priority label will not be drawn / removed in order to prioritize anything with higher priority. You can also try dynamic deconfliction, and simply put, labels will try to "move out of the way". Static deconfliction, no overlap: Dynamic deconfliction, no overlap: Useful info on deconfliction and other JSON properties here: https://developers.arcgis.com/net/wpf/guide/json-label-class-properties.htm Thanks.
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