CSS absolute positioned div not having zorder respected in android

An absolute positioned div with the highest zorder is not being respected in android. the modal has two input fields and a button.

i've googled it but could find no thorough answers as to why this happens and a solid pattern to solve the problem. So i decided to consult experts.

Any thoughts?
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
When I google css3 z-index android  I see hundreds of reports of the problem with absolute positioned elements not respecting z-index.  I don't see any resolution to the bug.

You probably need to re-think the design not using absolute positioning, or drop support for android until the bug is fixed in some future release.

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collagesAuthor Commented:
Yeah, that's what i was hoping the answer wasn't... but the truth is the truth.  So I'll implement the "use another method" pattern if it's an Android device.

Just wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something.  Much appreciated.
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
Each new release of software creates its own little problems, and each new device gives us a chance to get messed up.  It has been that way since the beginning of the Internet.  Sorry I didn't have a solution for this one.

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