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NodeLayer Class

A layer node is a zero-sized node that has no visual representation and enables to save all its child nodes into a separate .node file. Layer nodes should be used to split the world into several logical parts and save each of them in a .node file so that each layer and its child nodes can be edited without affecting the source .world file.

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NodeLayer Class

This class inherits from Node


NodeLayer (string name)

Constructor. Creates a node layer with specified file name to store it.


  • string name - Name of the layer.

string getNodeName ()

Returns the name of the node layer.

Return value

The name of the layer.

void setNodeName (string name)

Updates the name of the node layer.


  • string name - Name of the layer.
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