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When editing a Class in the Nav Palette the scroll position will reset to the top of the list, losing your position. This is annoying because more often than not after editing a Class in the Nav Palette I then want to edit another Class right next to the one I just edited, so now I have to scroll the list to find where I was again. VB-140593
I just ran into a situation where after some updating I wanted to publish just one sheet out of a set of sheets for review purposes instead of publishing the whole set. It would be nice if there would be an option to publish one (or more) selected sheet(s) from within the navigation palette through right-click on selected sheet(s) and select publish. This could then bring up the same publish dialog as usual but then only as a temporary "override" without having to mess with the existing set of sheets by removing not-to-be-published sheets and having to add them again later (yes saving the publish set could be an option if it were not for the constant renaming of sheets that I often face, which renders the feature less useful for me)
I wish that on the Navigation palette there was a one-click option to Update All of the Out-of-Date (red) referenced files. Currently there is only 'Update' and 'Update All', and depending on how many files there are, 'Update All' can be slow (and If they are not out-of-date there is no need to re-update them). It should be a right-click function as well as an option from the triangle pull-down.
It would be handy if the Navigation palette allowed us to sort layers by Z height as well as the current options of Name and Number. It would keep the stacking clearer and cleaner. Similarly and even more valuable in the views ports if we could set the layer stacking order to always be by Z height (name and number auto stack would also be handy). That way as we add layers as the complexity of the project demands these layers will fall in to the mostly the right stacking order without user interaction.