I get that I can use move_child to move a child node around under its parent, but what happens to the other child nodes?
a b c d
If I use move_child to move d to the 2nd position (where b is now), does that mean b is now in 3rd and c is in 4th? Or is it a swap and b is now in 4th?
I’m asking because I’m working on a turn counter that needs to be able to sort by time delay remaining, but I’m having a hard time writing the swap function because the documentation isn’t clear about this topic (and I’m also overthinking the algorithm but that’s my own problem).