This root node will have the title "START" - this is what will show when you are on the node.
Normally, when writing OpenLabyrinth maps, the Node title is also the tltle of the Links that point to this node. So any Link that points to this START Node would simply be labeled as "START". This is the default mode and is how OpenLabyrinth has worked for years.
But there are times when you want the Link to be something different. Custom Link labels have been possible since OpenLabyrinth v2 but can be clunky to get right, especially in a dandelion with lots of Links - it is time-consuming to have to rename dozens of Links.
So, now we have introduced wiki-style referencing in the Node's title: the first part of the title is the traditional node title. The secondary part after the "|" pipe symbol is the title that will appear on any links that point to this node.
For example, this Node has been edited so that its title looks like this: "START | Go to Start". But only the primary part of the Node's title ("START") is displayed at the top of the page when you are on this actual Node. When you move to another Node, any Link button that points to this START Node will now appear as "Go to Start". This is very helpful in a complex map because, with one step, you have achieved the same as renaming all those Links back to this START Node.
As before, custom labels that are applied to individual Links will over-ride this. See Node 3 for an example of this.
The Link button that connects to Node2 from here should say "Go to Node2", both when looking forwards from this root node, and when on another node that is linked to Node2, unless a custom label has been applied to the Link itself.
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