So I have a special case. I am preparing a workshop with many activities for various groups.
Each of the groups will be assigned a colour so it will be easier for the members of the group to identify which board belongs to them.
I have observed the following issue:
the background colour of the frame is overwritten by the background colour of the rectangle that should be under this frame. The rectangle is bigger than the frame, I wanted it to overlap many frames with one big rectangle.
In the image that I attached - the frame should have a yellow colour but the colour of the rectangle (white) overwrites it.
Frames are the underlying base upon which widgets such as rectangles are placed. Even if you use the “Send to back” command on the rectangle, it will never be overlaid by the color of the frame.
Normally, frames should be larger than the widgets which are placed within them so the frame color would show up wherever no widgets were placed.
I found that frame color behaves unintuitively -- so I abandoned it as a feature and instead do as follows: (scan below text to see the example I reference)
Here’s some snapshots from a recent strategy session ~30 participants: 6 breakouts of 5.