I have been using the table since day one. But for some strange reason, the newbies don’t like it. They are used to dumb terminals with a single screen. <lol> after that I understood most do not even know how to navigate windows. Oh well...

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On May 17, 2018, at 11:19 AM, Bob Cagle <bcagle@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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.

Thanks

Bob Cagle
IT Manager
Lynk


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
Ok Edmund...

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.

Nice work!
Charles

On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:54 PM, Edmund Reinhardt <
edmund.reinhardt@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Give the new Object Table a chance. Give it focus and hit
Ctrl-Shift-Q
for quick filters
This is a very powerful way to quickly create the filter you
desire.
You
can then save and load from RSE so it complements and adds to the
power
of
RSE.
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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