The Search command is very useful for searching and selecting elements. It is possible to search:
At the same time, it is possible to open several Search menus. If an order was active before the Search menu is started, it remains active. Once Search and the menu appears, all other commands can be used without any icons or context menu.
The command runs through Edit / Search or a combination of the CTRL + F key.
If the Pre-highlight option is turned on (the default is turned on), the items found by the search will be highlighted on the tree and on the model itself. If the option is not activated, the items will be found but will not be highlighted. This feature can also be used in combination with a predefined maximum number of elements that will be highlighted. The search
If you are searching for topological objects (in the Workbench list, select Topology), the topology criterion can only be combined with the type of object. Another way to search topology is to enable the Include topology option. This option includes topological objects (surfaces, edges, points, ...) regardless of the type of search, so it is possible to combine color search. If Include topology is enabled, there is no need to set the Topology search in the Workbench list. In this way, apart from the topology, other objects are searched according to the given criteria. It should be kept in mind that this kind of search takes more time.
Published elements only
Turning on the Published elements the only option limits the number of search elements to only those items that are published. Therefore, the elements found will be only those that are published. Click More to open additional search options. Within Line properties, it is possible to choose a line type and thickness. It is also possible to search according to the appearance of the symbol. In addition, it is possible to set up graphics features (Layer and Visibility)
When a new command is launched, add a search type is visible in the Favorites menu