So last time I logged into this forum, I put in a feature request that would allow you to search universally for a command. I'm tired of searching through dropdowns and changing workspaces to find some command that I know about, or think I know about, but don't use often.
The other readers of this forum poopoohed this idea. This underscores the point that this forum appeals mostly to the most experienced users. Just because the readers of this forum don't think something is necessary, does not mean it's not necessary. It means it's not necessary for the few people who have an interest in responding to forums. I used VWX for five years before I ever posted in any of these forums. I'm sure other less experienced users are the same.
I still need this feature. I use a variety of workspaces. It's annoying to hunt and peck for something, and beyond annoying when it can't be found. Today I can't find the clip cube. I've used it thousands of times. Wasn't it always in the View menu? Vectorworks Help tells me how to use the clip cube. Not a word about where to find it. Great.
Note that I do not want anyone to tell me where the clip cube is. I want someone to understand that we ought to be able to easily find any command without having to first hunt out the icon. If you know the name of a command, that should be enough to find it.
PS I found it, in the View Menu, which seems to have gotten longer and had a second column that it never had before. Vectorworks could easily have highlighted it for me if it had some sort of universal search feature for commands.