Show/Hide Analytics on Model

Show/Hide Analytics on Model

All analytics can be shown or hidden on the model using the eye icon that appears next to the item in the side panel.  When item is hidden the eye icon does not appear unless you hover the mouse over that item line and it appears as an empty eye.  See an example below.

Clicking in the eye icon will show the item on the model as shown below, and the eye icon changes to full and stays on the item line until it is clicked again to hide it.  See below.


It is possible to hide all items by clicking on the “Hide all” icon, which appears only when there is at least one shown item.

Additionally, if several items are grouped together, the whole group can be shown or hidden as shown below.

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