hi @Dale, what is the difference between the two methods?
On the python/rhinoscriptsyntax end, there is zero difference, they both call
layer = __getlayer(layer, True) return layer.IsVisible
Maybe one or the other is there for legacy/backwards compatibility reasons?
Thanks Mitch, I think the legacy must be the case.
I thought it may be Visible determines general visibility (dependent on Parent status) and On would be direct “bulb” On/Off status, but no - both of them seem to be the case #1
In RhinoScript, both functions do the same this.
IsLayerOn is a remnant from the Rhino 2.0 days, when the layer’s “state” was a tri-state (on, off, locked).