[Bf-funboard] More layer-states?
alex at schnittenparadies.de
Tue Nov 2 13:28:39 CET 2004
On Tue, 2 Nov 2004, Konrad Haenel wrote:
> Hi there,
> while working on a scene today I started missing another feature:
> How about more layer-states than visible/invisible ?
> I normally store my light-setup in a seperate layer. One reason is that I
> will hardly have to work on it anymore once I got it finished and the other
> is that all these lights really clutter the screen and I'm glad I can get rid
> of them. But I always have to remember to reactivate the light-layer before
> rendering some test-image. Don't ask me how how often I forget to do this and
> I get senseless renderings from this workflow. This got me thinking:
> Wouldn't it be nice if I could set a layer invisible yet renderable? This
> might come in handy in many situations. Whenever I have to finetune some
> object/animation but want to render it together with elements which are
> stored on other layers I'd use this.
> Perhaps CTRL-clicking on layer-buttons could be used to set the
this is all part of iblender2's Layer Manager, which will be available
in Blender 2.36 with all probability.
Here is the old documentation:
Additional features nowadays are RenderAlways (always renders a layer
regardless of visibility) and Locked (non-modifyable layer contents).
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