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I see "stuff" about the "layer index" which seems like it might help
me make my layer table ordering "stay put". But I can't find any
way in the menus to alter the index of a single, or all, layers. I see
I guess what I'd really like is a clean way to edit that .lyp without
wading through all the stuff I -don't- care about. So much of it is
neither name, layer, datatype or display. Now maybe somebody
else would care about different things.
There seems to be no "unified layer control and editing". Some
things are done in the layers panel, some under Edit>Layers,
a lot of jumping around. What about a panel that "has it all",
entry fields for texts and numbers, choosers for the display
attributes, one stop shopping that can load-from and save-to
the working layers (from there, the existing load / save for
Of course I could use a clue meanwhile, about reassigning
layer indices independent of layer / purpose - I would like to
use the index to "lock down" the ordering of the layers, which
seems to be an option (but one that wants to use something
I don't know how to alter).