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Unity and Live2D Drawing Order

Hello! I currently have multiple Canvas objects in my scene, and I only need one of them to be drawn in front of the Live2D models. However, in order for my to fix a few scaling issues I needed to swap the canvas layers to 'Screenspace - Camera' instead of 'Screenspace - Overlay'.

When drawn in Overlay mode, the top-most canvas correctly renders above the Live2D characters, but in Camera mode, I've been unable to get the Live2D characters behind this canvas.

I've attempted the following:
-Moving the canvases into different Sorting Layers, no effect.
-Creating a Canvas component on the Live2D objects and or parent and setting it to Camera screenspace, breaks the rendering of the characters entirely until I undo the component creation.
-Created a second Camera object that only draws the top-most canvas and has a higher order than the Main Camera, the Live2D model still draws on top of this camera.

I don't see any exposed functions or variables in the Live2D Unity SDK that could remedy this issue, so I have no idea what to do. :(

This is currently how it looks even though the selected camera "UICamera" only has the "cUI" layer selected under Culling Mask, and the Live2D objects are under "UI"
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