Wish: Highlight Object (Color-Object List) & corresponding stitch (Stitchlist)

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2 years 1 month ago - 2 years 1 month ago #210 by Pascale R.
UPDATED Sept 12, 2018 ---- Barbara explained "when travelling through the stitches and you want to know which object belongs to this stitch just hit shift+o and the object is highlighted". So this wish request can be disregarded.

WISH LIST:

1. While traveling through a design using the Travel By Stitch etc tool, I can see the highlighted stitches in the Stitch List. If during the process, I need to scroll through the color-object list to locate the object (to get a better look at the area), the hightlighted stitch in the stitch list jumps to the END. Once I resume the travel by stitch, the stitch is correctly highlighted again. Is there a specific reason why the stitch list jumps to the end? It would be nice for the highlighted section to stay on the 'correct' stitch, rather than jump to the end.

2. Would it be possible to highlight the object (in the Color-Object list) that corresponds to the stitch that is highlighted in the StitchList?

The reason I am asking for this: I am editing a purchased non-emb design and trying to find all the trims. I thought I'd use the TravelByTrim & the stitchList to help me with this task. Unfortunately, the 'problematic trims' where not indicated as "trims" in the stitchlist. Since I am not all that experienced interpreting the StitchList, my next step was to locate the objects in the object lists to see what needed to be done. That's when I noticed that the highlighted stitch in the stichlist jumped to the END.

I hope all that made sense !
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Last edit: 2 years 1 month ago by Pascale R.. Reason: Add update section

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2 years 1 month ago #312 by Barbara
Hi, when travelling through the stitches and you want to know which object belongs to this stitch just hit shift+o and the object is highlighted.
The following user(s) said Thank You: brenden, vitordigitizing, Russell

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2 years 1 month ago #328 by Pascale R.
That is awesome! Thank you Barbara! You have solved my problem!

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