You can navigate to the parent or child node of the selected node or selected cable in the Node view.
The Navigator is a small square window inside the Node view that displays a bird's eye view of the network. The view displayed in the Node view is shown framed in the Navigator display. You can drag this frame to pan the current Node view display.
When your networks grows more complex, you can pan the Node view to locate and work on specific nodes.
- In the Node view, select a node or cable, and press the Ctrl + Up Arrow/Down Arrow arrows (Windows) or ⌘ + Up Arrow/Down Arrow arrows (macOS).
- From the Node View menu, select View > Show All Nodes or press Shift + comma (,).
- In the Node view menu, select View > Navigator > Hide Navigator or Show Navigator.
- Press Ctrl + Shift + W (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + Shift + W (macOS).
- In the Node view menu, select View > Navigator > and select Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, or Bottom Right.
- In the Node view, hold down Z.
A black outline surrounds the area you were at before pressing Z.
- Change the magnification level of the magnifier by rolling the mouse wheel. You can also pan your mouse to move around the magnified area.
- When satified with the magnified area's position, click inside the magnified area to set it as your new view point.
- Select a node, press Spacebar and drag to a new location.