I had a layer set as Global in the properties window. In a different layout, I renamed a layer to that of the global layer and I noticed that the Editor Properties window for the newly named layer didn't show "Global: (yes, overridden)" as expected. Instead the window showed "No" and, on testing, it appeared that the layer properties had not been overridden. This error was rectified when the game was saved and then restarted.
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Description of Capx
The capx contains 2 layouts. Layout 1 contains a black opaque Global Layer named "Copy_My_Name"; the other layers on that layout and on Layout 2 are not global.
Steps to Reproduce Bug
- Copy the name of the global layer into any of the layers on Layout 2
- Note the display in the layer Editor Properties window indicates that the layer is not overridden
- Run Layout 2 and observe that the layer settings have not been overridden to black/opaque
- If you save the modified capx, it will work correctly after it is re-opened
As described above.
The editor should set the layer as being overridden if the name is changed to that of a global layer, without the need to restart the project.
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