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• Sort tiles and instances in order of depth. Call their Draw events in this order. • For instances with the same depth: The instance with the lowest ID draws first. Each instance's event runs to completion before the next one starts.
Draw GUI events are called after everything else has finished drawing, to ensure that these graphics stay on top. Whenever something is drawn to the screen, it overwrites the information that is already there. Thus it's impossible to draw something 'behind' something that is already there, and because all events run in order the later event call can not draw a sprite behind something that appeared in one of the earlier calls. The developers could possibly solve this by grabbing all draw event code and auto-sorting the function calls based on individual depth settings, but it would require rewriting the entire draw event cycle.