A dummy node is a zero-sized node that has no visual representation. It is used to organize the other nodes into a hierarchy. Usually the dummy node serves as a parent node for a group of nodes of the same type. The dummy node, though invisible, has the same common options as other nodes: it can be transformed (moved, rotated or scaled) and have a property assigned.
- A NodeDummy class to edit dummy nodes via UnigineScript
Creating a Dummy Node
To create a dummy node via UnigineEditor, click Create -> Node -> Dummy on the Menu bar and then place the dummy node somewhere in the world.
Organizing Nodes Hierarchy
See how to Organize Nodes via the UNIGINE Editor 2.