Screen content can be positioned outside the boundaries of the screen container. This can be useful when animating items into or out of the screen frame, or when dealing with scrolling content.

If a layer is positioned outside the boundaries of a screen frame, it will not be visible under normal circumstances. It can still be easily selected from the layer list, and it will appear in a semi-transparent state. If a group contains content that extends beyond the screen, then selecting the group will reveal the overflowing content. If you cannot find a layer, try setting its X and Y positions to 0, and moving it to the top of the layer list.

You can also expand screens to more easily access content that overflows.