I'm having a love-hate relationship with the hide/unhide function (eye icon) of objects on the timeline.
I love it because it makes it possible to hide an object which is covering another object which I like to edit.
I hate it (somehow ;-) because if an object is hidden on the timeline it is also hidden in the published file unless I do not forget to unhide it. If I forget to unhide it after editing the other object will remain hidden 'forever' even after opening and closing the file... :-(
For me this is not logical... If I want an object to be hidden in the published file... I will just give it the state hidden. My perfect functionality would be that the object is only hidden in the editig mode. In that way it works the same as the lock-icon which locks an object only in the edit mode.
But maybe everybody else is very happy with the way it is? In that case I'm okay with it, but then my main question is: Is there a way to unhide all objects in a storyline file with one click or a change this behaviour with a setting?
If you have a lot of slides with a lot of layers with a lot of objects. It is quite a lot of work (and error sensitive) to go through all the timelines of all the layers of all the slides to check if there is not an object on a timeline which I did not unhide.