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    Deactivating a layer possible?

    Is it possible to easily deactivate or destroy an entire layer or set it so that all the objects in the layer are deactivated instead of manually set an event to destroy each object?

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    You can hide the layer and destroy everything in it
    here is an example

    http://www.sparckman.com/forum/download/file.php?id=84

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    I appreciate the example.

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