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|Short=There are 2 kinds of parenting. The "parent component" is the component in which a node resides. The metaphor is extended to include grand parents, grand-grand parents, etc. The root <code>/</code> is the ultimate parent to all nodes. See also [[3D Parenting]] and panel [[Parent|Parenting]].
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In the network path hierarchy, the '''parent''' of a node or network is said to be the node or network in which the node is located. So in the network <code>/project1/test/notes</code>, the <code>test</code> node/network is said to be the parent of <code>notes</code>.
 
In the network path hierarchy, the '''parent''' of a node or network is said to be the node or network in which the node is located. So in the network <code>/project1/test/notes</code>, the <code>test</code> node/network is said to be the parent of <code>notes</code>.
  

Latest revision as of 22:11, 29 May 2018


In the network path hierarchy, the parent of a node or network is said to be the node or network in which the node is located. So in the network /project1/test/notes, the test node/network is said to be the parent of notes.

In 3D Parenting, a node is attached to another node in the same network by their top/bottim connectors, but also can be oarented by being inside another node.

In 2D control panels, a Panel Component is displayed as within another panel by (again), a node is attached to another node in the same network like in 3D Parenting, but also can be parented by being inside another Panel component.