The right list contains the dataPoints of the bcs node. Each dataPoint is displayed with its mode followed by its name. The prefix ‘A:’ stands for an absolute dataPoint, ‘R:’ marks a relative dataPoint, and ‘I:’ an instanced dataPoint.
The list actually lists the dataPointGroups. If a group has only one dataPoint, it doesn’t make much sense to display the group. Since this is often the case, many of the entries in the list are dataPoints without their groups. Groups can be expanded and collapsed just like weights in the weight list.
Move the mouse cursor over this image to expand the dataPointGroup.
In the above image the dataPointGroup
When working with the list, remember that dataPoints are considered selected if their group is selected.
Open this marking menu in the dataPoint list by holding down the right mouse button. All items are explained in the menu section.
Click an item on the image to jump to its description in the menu section.
Open this marking menu in the dataPoint list by holding down the right mouse button while pressing and holding the CTRL key. Items that are not explained here are explained in the menu section.
Click an item on the image to jump to its description.
These items will expand or collapse the selected dataPointGroups. This is useful when you want to see the dataPoints of, say, five groups without expanding all or doing five double-clicks.
If the selected dataPoint is an instance of another dataPoint, this will select the instance target.
This will select all weights in the weight list that are related to the selected dataPoints. A weight is related to a dataPoint if one of its weightPositions is used to define the dataPoint’s position.
Here is a description of the view modes of the dataPoint list: