I’m wondering if there is a condition to check by its name if a layer exists or not.
Or is there a common characteristic shared by existing layers that I can use as a condition to check if they exist or not? Like maybe their default z order?
I’d need such a condition for a quick loop among my “Layer1”, “Layer2”, …, “Layern”, to get my number of layers, n. It may sound stupid but it’d help me a bit, and such a condition should exist…?
Unfortunately, there are not any events to interact with layers besides the following:
Show a layer
Hide a layer
Enable/Disable layer effect
Compare default Z order on layer.
Is layer visible?
Is layer effect enabled/disabled?
Change default Z order on layer.
There is not currently a way to loop through layers that exist, since you cannot create layers via events, the event system expects you to know what layers are there currently.
Thank you for your reply. It made me think of something that works.
There is a way to check the existence of a layer: show it (action) and they check its visibility (condition). If still hidden, it doesn’t exist.
I can loop them cause their names in my project are “Layer1”, “Layer2”, etc.
So problem solved