I’m experimenting with touch priorities for CCMenu and CCLayer. Could someone tell my what is the purpose of setTouchPriority() method because it seems to have no effect at all. If I change CCMenu priority with setHandlerPriority method then I can see that touch events are coming as expected (first are comming events for objects with lower priority). But when i change CCMenu priority with setTouchPriority then it seems to do nothing. Also I can see effect when setting priority on Layer with CCDirector::sharedDirector()->getTouchDispatcher()->addTargetedDelegate(this, –1000, true); but I can’t see any effect when using setTouchPrioirity method of the same Layer. So I’m confused what setTouchPriority() is actually doing? Is this method deprecated or something?