Good afternoon,

I found an example for using a QML Calendar ( In this example, the author sets the Calendar's parent is set to the window’s contentItem because he wants
it to appear above everything, including the “focus shade” that hides the rest of the app behind a dark tint.
For my application, the DatePicker is declared in a QML Tab, and when the Calendar is made visible, it appears behind other QML elements placed on the same tab. I tried different approaches (changing the z-value of DatePicker, Calendar, playing with CalendarStyle background) without success. I also commented out the CalendarStyle code, without changes in the behavior.

I did set the parent to window’s contentItem and as a result, the calendar grid is much larger than the Tab where the DatePicker element is declared.

Any suggestions?