Is there any way to paint level A tilesets directly below level B tilesets?

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For example, this;


Is the only way to put the grass under the stones to paint them over the stones, then pain the stones over them again?
 

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If those blue parts are transparent, those pieces need to be on a B-E sheet. I'm guesing they are on A5, which will cause that.
 

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If those blue parts are transparent, those pieces need to be on a B-E sheet. I'm guesing they are on A5, which will cause that.

No,no, they are on the correct sheet.

It's just, I made the building first, then painted the ground, and the paint ignored those tiles because there was already something on them.

I'm just wondering if I have to delete those tiles first and then repaint them over the ground
 

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Yes, you need to put the ground tiles down first.
 

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Ah well, thanks.
 

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