Tool Layer flexibility

Optuma Forums Feature Requests Tool Layer flexibility

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  • #44083

    Marcus
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    Hey Guys,

    I’ve proposed a feature request with the developers to assist in keeping the tools within each layer organised and hoping there are some others that would like to see this feature implemented in the near future.

    Effectively, I’ve asked for the ability to do two things:

    1. be able to point at a tool on screen (eg a trend line) and right click and be able to change the Layer that that tool is currently assigned to, to another layer… save having to wade through the layers in the Structure Panel to find it then moving it. Sounds lazy, but if you have a lot of tools in each layer, it can be very painstaking to locate the tool in order to move it, if it was not placed in the correct layer by accident.
    2. Be able to move multiple tools within the layers in the structure panel from one layer to another, eg.. say there are 15 trend lines that are in one layer and they should have been in a different layer. Be able to highlight or ‘shift select’ all 15 tools and drag and drop them into the other layer.

    Hoping this is a feature you guys might support and have it as part of the Developers to-do list.

    Cheers,

    Marcus

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    Mathew
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    Hi Marcus,

    Thanks for taking the time to make these suggestions. We’ll add them to the development schedule but we have some really big items that we are working on at the moment so I don’t have an ETA for these.

    All the best

    Mathew

    #44099

    Marcus
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    Hi Matthew,

    Thanks for taking the time to acknowledge this request. All good. I know that your team is busy, but its nice to know that its in the que for review and action.

     

    Cheers,

     

    Marcus

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