As a Solution builder
I want to be able to define a set of objects on a model as a "interactable collection", which behaves as if they where part of a graph panel, e.g. singular objects can be selected and other panels will respond to them, when selecting I can give it special formating and so on.
So That I am more free in the way of presenting (graphical) information and interacting with, being able to produce insights based on selection instead of navigation.
Benefits: Improved ability to communicate based on end user experience, not limited by the current (and future) panels.
- Able to select a set of elements on a model (or through other means - as a list) which will be part of the collection.
- I can set the styles of individual elements in the collection to represent them as other elements on a model.
- Interact with those elements as if they were part of a graph panel (e.g. being able to select them and pushing information to panels, etc.)
Customer / Originator LFV (however, this is not "just LFV", if this feature was implemented, I would use it widely).
Priority Critical/High. This would be a game changer to us.
@Kevin: Please get in contact if you want to talk this through.
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