I have seen this, but it wasn't entirely unexpected. I'm not able to have any other objects in front of a web viewer, and popover objects seem to follow that rule as well. It would be nice if at least popovers were an exception to this rule.
Have you played with the autosizing? I have set some of my popovers to extend in certain areas with the autosizer and that has made the difference.
I wish they would at least give the option to allow it to overlap, it seems un-natural for a popover to pop-under
when showing a portal it is very anoying that the fields either slip under another object or the popover needs to be scrolled to see all the data.
I have several "Action" popovers also that display buttons either in rows or columns, when they are not always visable certain people don't seem to think to scroll.
what is wierd though is that it works great on ios (Go) but not the desktops.
Yes tried autosizing, doesn't seem to work well for my needs. Thanks though
I solved this by making the webviewer/containerfield invisible. You could do this by setting a global variable during OnObjectEnter and OnObjectExit triggerscripts in the popover settings.
To make it look smooth I have a script that first makes the objects invisible and then opens the popup.