Showcase is similar to Filter, which allows you to show or hide elements, connections, and loops based on the information they contain. But, instead of hiding your unselected data, showcase will make it translucent, fading it into the background.
To quickly test out showcasing, simply hover your cursor over any element, connection, or loop:
Click the settings icon
on the right side of your map to open the Basic Editor. Then, click MORE OPTIONS, and select Showcase elements and connections.
Showcase basic editor
To activate showcase using the advanced editor, add the
You can further customize what is included in the showcase by changing the showcase mode:
normalshowcase the selection plus any connections between the showcased elements (default)
looseshowcase the selection plus neighboring elements
strictonly showcase the selection itself
Simply add the mode you'd like to use to the end of the selector with an
!in front of the mode. If we use the above example but wanted to have the showcase be
strict, we'd use:
showcase: person !strict;
Using the Advanced Editor, you can also control the extent to which items are faded out during showcase. To set the opacity of showcased items, use the
@settings, and to set the opacity of items outside of the showcase, use the