Best naming convention for dynamic panel ID and ID Layer?
This is both a question for best practices, and a feature request:
Are there any best practices for naming conventions for multiple nested dynamic panels? With html divs I often use "container" or "wrapper" for divs that are just boxes that contain other things. But, I don't really understand the difference between an "ID" and an "ID Layer" in JIM. Also, because the outer panel (my container) essentially has a Wrapper around a Wrapper (ID around an ID Layer), with each inner content item (nested panels) having their own wrappers around wrappers.... It gets confusing to figure out a good way to name things. I prefer a clean Outline but this seems all a bit cumbersome. How do the pros and power users handle this?
Now for my feature request:
I sometimes get the impression that either the ID or the ID Layer (not sure which) is just a mechanism that is internal to the software functioning. Does the user need to see both element labels? Would it be possible to auto generate, store, and hide (one of these panel elements), and make visible to the user only one or the other but not both? This would vastly simplify the Outline view (provided there would be no lost functionality). Another way of thinking of it is this way... is there any scenario, whatsoever, in which an ID is not directly encompassing it's inclosed Layer ID? If not, then the user only need see these two intertwined items as one "box border" or wrapper around his/her content item(s).