The Layer type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the display color for this layer.
Gets the full path to this layer. The full path includes nesting information.
Gets true if this class has any custom information attached to it through UserData.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets or sets the ID of this layer object. You typically do not need to assign a custom ID.
Gets or sets the IGES level for this layer.
Gets a value indicating whether this layer has been deleted and is currently in the Undo buffer.
If true this object may not be modified. Any properties or functions that attempt to modify this object when it is set to "IsReadOnly" will throw a NotSupportedException.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets or sets a value indicating whether this layer is expanded in the Rhino Layer dialog.
Gets or sets a value indicating the locked state of this layer.
Gets a value indicting whether this layer is a referenced layer. Referenced layers are part of referenced documents.
Tests an object to see if it is valid.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets or sets the visibility of this layer.
Gets or sets the index of this layer.
Gets or sets the line-type index for this layer.
Gets or sets the name of this layer.
Gets the ID of the parent layer. Layers can be origanized in a hierarchical structure, in which case this returns the parent layer ID. If the layer has no parent, Guid.Empty will be returned.
Gets or sets the plot color for this layer.
Gets or sets the thickness of the plotting pen in millimeters. A thickness of 0.0 indicates the "default" pen weight should be used.
Gets or sets the index of render material for objects on this layer that have MaterialSource() == MaterialFromLayer. A material index of -1 indicates no material has been assigned and the material created by the default Material constructor should be used.
Runtime index used to sort layers in layer dialog.
List of custom information that is attached to this class.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Dictionary of custom information attached to this class. The dictionary is actually user data provided as an easy to use sharable set of information.(Inherited from CommonObject.)
Gets the amount of user strings.