BillboardGui nametag interferes with chat

I am creating a Billboardgui above the player’s head that contains statistics about that player. However, when the player chats, it blurs through the billboardGui, making both appear unreadable.
Is there a way I can make chat always above the BillboardGui? ZIndex?

The BillboardGui above the head:
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Can you provide a screenshot of when it’s blurred?

Do you have AlwaysOnTop property enabled?

I’m not getting the same problem.

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EDIT: not even with AlwaysOnTop on.

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I thought op was referring to the bubble chat opposed to the gui.

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Well I want the Chat to appear above, not the billboardGui

I tried to replicate this but was not successful.
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I don’t think it has to do with any lighting effects because I added some blur to my game just to test it, the chat does become “fuzzy” but its still legible.

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Speaking of which, lighting effects should not have an effect on the chat, but that’s just my opinion

Can you be a little more specific on how you’re setting up your BillboardGui?

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Now that you mention blur, it might be something with bloom, if he has any added.

I don’t have access to a computer, so I can’t test it.

I just checked - bloom doesn’t seem to do anything either.

Ah, alright. I wish he would have added a screenshot of what it looks like when they both get blurred.

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Afaik its impossible to render things such as humanoid names and chat bubbles that are rendered C side below all the elements with Lua access to them.

PS: For further reference with your tags, if it’s already in the title/body, putting it in the tags does nothing to optimize the thread for search.

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It goes over the chat, not what I wanted. The adornee is set to the head of the character.

And sometimes, when i move my camera, the chat goes over, and sometimes under but it just kinda blurs in and out of the chat awkwardly.

So… Z-Fighting?

Basically.

Apparently you should not use StudsOffsetWorldSpace for nameTags or the chat will be rendered under.
Use StudsOffset instead. I do not know why this is, but this 100% fixed the problem.

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