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find in browser

Status: Implemented
by Mentor 4 weeks ago |

with big designs it is often a nightmare having to scroll so much in the browser

 

better would be a RMB menu on a 3D objects in 3d view and call the command "find in browser"

 

fusion then highlights the part and scrolls to the correct position in the browser

Status: Implemented
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By: Advocate jason.tebbe
3 weeks ago |

Fusion already has this feature. Although, I've noticed on big designs or designs with a nested component structure, you have to select "find in browser" a few times to get the browser to scroll to the correct part.

 

I voted for this to get the implementation improved, so the browser expands and scrolls to the correct part the first time.

By: Mentor
3 weeks ago |

@jason.tebbe

 

Where does it have it? it highlights the body in the browser but does not select it nor does it scroll to the part.

 

the provided workflow here is inconsistent

 

 

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By: Advocate matth
3 weeks ago |

If we can get an improvement like this, also add the ability to navigate it with arrow keys like this:

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/ideastation-request-a-feature-or/browser-navigation/idi-p/6715539

By: Advisor roambotics_scott
2 weeks ago |

Just that the browser gets so full so easily is a bug

 

For complex designs it's unavoidable, but for anything even slightly non-trivial, there will be multiple pages of crap to scroll through

By: Employee
| Posted Tuesday - last edited Tuesday |

Hi 

 

 

 

We are going to take a look at improving the expanding nodes and folders and better highlighting feedback, so the digging is eliminated as much as possible. 

 

Hope this helps.

 

Jamie.

By: Employee
Tuesday |
Status changed to: Implemented
 
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