The number of squares along each dimension in the checkerboard pattern.
Mac Catalyst 13.0+Beta
For example, a value of 2 creates a checkerboard pattern of four squares (a 2 x 2 grid), where the top-left and bottom-right squares use the color1 color and the other two squares use the color2 color. A value of 4 creates a pattern of 16 squares (a 4 x 4 grid), and so on.
Changing the divisions, color1, or color2 properties invalidates the cache, causing Model I/O to regenerate texel data the next time it is needed.
The color for the other half of the squares in the checkerboard pattern.
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