I guess I never even questioned it since I've been doing the same. I just
created library, object, and source file filters in that view and never
looked back. Been doing that for quite some time now.
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From: WDSCI-L [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bob Cagle
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I'm surprised more people haven't been using the object table to mimic PDM.
The new "souped up" version is nice, but I've been using the old basic
object table for years; never liked using RSE for browsing source.
From: Edmund Reinhardt
Glad to hear that Charles. It is a lot faster than RSE to identify the
set of objects/members. If you ever find you are using the same filter,
you can name it and then it will appear in the RSE tree as well. This is
how I find it useful. I still use the RSE Tree view for what it is good
at (seeing multiple filters at the same time)
From: Charles Wilt
Been giving the Object table a chance..
I like it, mostly for on the fly subsets I don't want to create a
permanent filter for.
On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:54 PM, Edmund Reinhardt <
> Give the new Object Table a chance. Give it focus and hit
> for quick filters
> This is a very powerful way to quickly create the filter you
> can then save and load from RSE so it complements and adds to the
> Note that you can type in user actions in the option column
> Also the Subset tab is blazing fast to quickly find things
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