I was reading up about groups and subgroups, but I saw the searching/filtering was introduced as a potential workaround for this, which is great. What I’m wondering is - can you filter things by multiple strings? For example, if I have a list of objects with the following list of hidden tags in the description…
Object 1) type-bus route-1
Object 2) type-bus route-2
Object 3) type-bus route-3
Object 4) type-tram route-1
Object 5) type-closure
…is there any way I can search for ‘route-2’, ‘route-3’ and ‘type-closure’ in the filter box so that objects 2, 3 and 5 will all appear without showing 1 and 4?
The objective here is that something (for example a road closure) might affect routes 2 and 3, but not route 1, so it would be good to only show routes 2 and 3 on the screen along with the closure.
I guess another way to achieve this is if individual objects from within a group could be made visible on their own after a group was made invisible. For example, if the 5 objects above were all in the same group and I only wanted to show objects 2 and 3, is it possible to make the group invisible and then individually ‘bring back to life’ objects 2 and 3. I guess this would be more like a parent/child link for the visibility of each group and object. So if you made the group invisible, it would go through and make all of the objects invisible. Then if you wanted to make them all visible again, you could just make the group visible - but if you just wanted individual ones visible again, the group would essentially be visible again, but all of the objects would be invisible apart from the one(s) you wanted.
In my case, once I have everything I need added to the map, a lot of it will be hidden by default, so it would be good if individual objects from different groups could be made visible on their own with the rest of the objects in the group staying hidden.
Hopefully that all makes sense!