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Returns true if this node has been removed since it was first accessed. If your plugin stays open for a while and stores references to nodes, you should write your code defensively and check that the nodes haven't been removed by the user.


removed: boolean [readonly]


A node can be removed for any number of reasons. Some examples:

  • Your plugin called node.remove() on it
  • Someone else deleted the node using multiplayer
  • The user triggered an undo action and the node was removed
  • The user simply deleted the node
  • You removed all children out of a group, and the group auto-deleted itself

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