I'd rather not go down that route -- there are plenty of properties like that -- selected, displayed, hidden, clickable. Where would it end?

Certainly for a given atom a you can do this:

if ({a and displayed}) {....}

or you can do this

for (a in {displayed}) {....}

So I guess you could do this:

for (a in {displayed}) a.property_displayed = 1

I think that's your best bet.




On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 9:08 AM, Alexander Rose <alexander.rose@weirdbyte.de> wrote:
Hi Bob,

any chance you could add a "displayed" atom property like the "selected" atom property?


Best
Alexander

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